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Tackling Climate Change with Machine Learning Workshop at NeurIPS 2022

Author information for Climate Change AI's workshop
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Detecting Flooding in Fiji’s Croplands

A team from Australia and Fiji are using machine learning to generate flood maps from satellite images for agricultural damage assessment with support from CCAI’s Innovation Grants Program.
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Scaling Climate Smart Shrimp in Southeast Asia using GIS and Computer Vision

Multi-institution team of Innovation Grants Program awardees will use GIS and AI to identify and classify aquaculture sites for production intensification and mangrove restoration in Indonesia and the Philippines
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Carbon Capture, Extreme Weather, and Disaster Management

A recap of CCAI’s first reading groups
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Announcing the Climate Change AI Innovation Grants 2021 winners

13 proposals will be awarded a total of $1.8M USD as part of CCAI’s first research grants program
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The paper that launched CCAI

Looking back at “Tackling Climate Change with Machine Learning”
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CCAI Core Team Profile: Evan Sherwin

The CCAI blog occasionally features profiles of core team members. This week, we check in with methane researcher and CCAI core team member Evan Sherwin.
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The EPA’s new methane reduction proposal hints at help from AI

The agency acknowledges the role of cutting-edge techniques, but stops short of fully endorsing them.
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Climate Change AI @ COP26

CCAI's events at the November conference continued to provide scientific input to policymakers on AI's relationship with climate change.
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Learning to Control Buildings Like an Engineer

A new approach to energy-efficient HVAC control infuses deep learning with guidance from physics.
Research summary buildings hybrid physical models reinforcement learning and control

A datathon to empower women in climate change and data science

The Women in Data Science Datathon 2022 will highlight the role of buildings for climate change mitigation, while supporting women in the field.
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GANs for Dynamic Spatio-Temporal Patterns

Deep generative modeling can help to accelerate and scale simulation of weather patterns and turbulent flows.
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Startups in the Climate Space: An Interview with Dr. Lauren Kuntz of Gaiascope

Reflecting on the undeniable advance of climate change, my friend Lauren and I discuss how startups can enter the climate space and make a difference.
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CCAI’s comments on the EU’s proposed Harmonized Rules on AI

What role can the “high-risk” classification for AI systems play in addressing climate change?
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Introducing the CCAI blog

Hello, world!
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