Want to get involved in tackling climate change with machine learning? Check out our recommendations below.
We encourage you to check out our paper, which provides a detailed guide of ways machine learning can be used to tackle climate change, as well as the accompanying resources on our website.
We encourage you to join the conversations on our discussion forum, sign up for our newsletter, or submit to one of our workshops. For additional suggestions, please see above.
Yes! One of our goals is to connect people working in areas relevant to climate change with experts in machine learning. For some helpful background on AI and machine learning, we encourage you to check out resources such as this Coursera course.
Yes! One of our goals is to connect people working in machine learning to experts working in areas relevant to climate change. For some helpful background readings on climate change and related areas, we encourage you to check out our resources page.
We encourage you to check out our paper and previous events for ideas. To discuss project ideas or find collaborators, you can head over to our discussion forum or join us at one of our events.
Our goal at Climate Change AI is to promote impactful collaborations, but our organization does not do any research in-house. Please head over to our discussion forum to find collaborators for research projects.
We believe AI can play a useful role in many climate change strategies (as detailed in our paper), and that it is important for AI and machine learning experts to join the global effort against climate change. That said, AI is only one piece of the puzzle; policy and technical approaches other than AI will also be critical to tackling climate change. Given the urgency of acting on climate change, we need all hands on deck.
We do not offer formal partnerships, but are eager to put our heads together with like-minded organizations. If you’d like to chat, please send us an email.
Please feel free to share your announcement with us via email; we will advertise relevant announcements through our newsletter. You can also share announcements in our discussion forum.
We encourage you to sign up for our newsletter, which includes announcements about jobs and opportunities in climate change and AI. You may also be interested in checking out companies or institutions cited in our paper or who have presented at our events. Consider looking at pages and job boards geared towards specific areas relevant to climate change (e.g. those areas listed in the table of contents of our paper), and at those geared towards jobs in different kinds of sectors (e.g. tech, traditional industry, the public sector, and NGOs).
While we do not currently offer formal partnerships with investors, please send us an email if you would like to discuss opportunities in this space. We also suggest using our discussion forum, as well as the references and footnotes in our paper, to identify promising companies and startups at the intersection of climate change and machine learning.
We do not offer consulting services; however, please feel free to reach out to us or to post on our discussion forum for feedback on related projects.