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Climate Prediction in the Era of AI

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The increasing severity and frequency of high-impact weather events means more of us are living under the threat of flooding, heat waves, or drought. To increase our resilience to these events, there is an urgent need to make regional climate predictions more useful and actionable. In this talk I will discuss ways in which machine learning can help unlock the potential within the vast volumes of environmental data available.

This talk is part of the Data Intensive Science Seminar Series series.

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