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Artificial intelligence could be the latest tool in fighting wildfires

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Tech companies in Silicon Valley are starting to use their resources to help combat wildfire season. As the U.S. sees record burning, the space-based technology, including drones and artificial intelligence, can map fires in real time and assist with communication.