Climate Change AI Virtual Summer School 2024 from Jun 20 to Aug 1, 2024

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Maria João Sousa

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Jun 14, 2024, 9:36:33 AMJun 14
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The Climate Change AI Virtual Summer School 2024 starts on Thursday, June 20th! This virtual program provides an opportunity to learn about different applications of artificial intelligence (AI) for climate action via lectures and hands-on tutorials from expert researchers and practitioners, and develop expertise to make an impact in this space.


The course is geared towards those that have some prior engagement with topics in either climate change or AI and who are looking to learn more about the intersection of these fields.


Dates: Between June 20 - August 1, 2024 (schedule on Climate Change AI website)
Website: https://www.climatechange.ai/events/summer_school

Highlights:

  • Introductory lectures on tackling climate change with AI, and introductions to both areas

  • Lectures on AI for climate change applications, including areas as:

    • Climate Science

    • Buildings and Cities

    • Energy Systems

    • Transportation

    • Agriculture, Forestry, and Other Land Use

    • Biodiversity and Ecosystems

    • Policy, Decision-Making, Social Sciences, and Economics

    • Impacts and Regulation of AI & Climate
    • Climate, Health and AI
  • 12 practical coding tutorials on the above mentioned areas using Jupyter Notebooks

  • Virtual social and networking events


Frequently asked questions (FAQ) available on our website: https://www.climatechange.ai/events/summer_school2024#frequently-asked-questions

For further inquiries, please do not hesitate to reach out to: summer...@climatechange.ai


On behalf of Climate Change AI:

Amanda Sessim Parisenti (Climate Change AI), Elena Fillola Mayoral (University of Bristol), Erick Kapp (Climate Change AI), Millie Chapman (University of California, Berkeley), Umangi Jain (University of Toronto), Yazid Salahudeen Mikail (Ahmadu Bello University)

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