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Artificial Intelligence is helping meteorologists map Arctic sea ice
With climatologists looking towards the Arctic to examine the link between climate change and the recent bout of extremely cold weather, Arctic ice mapping has become crucial. The Danish Meteorological Institute – or DMI – is working on a radical new plan to improve its sea ice reports: artificial intelligence that can train itself to recognize ice in satellite images – and deliver more accurate ice reports, much faster.
The real-life dino science behind Jurassic World03:04
This algorithm can help resettle refugees by giving them a better shot at employment02:13
What home means to astronaut Peggy Whitson01:50
'Space Force' could be the first new American military branch in 71 years01:57
Like a rolling stone: A surveillance robot that can travel on any terrain01:17
Building consciousness: How Westworld's sentient robots could become a reality05:19