Microsoft's Chief Questions Officer Trevor Noah on how AI can help protect from extreme weather

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Published on 14 Nov 2023, 17:07
Extreme heat, deadlier than floods, hurricanes, and wildfires combined, is an increasing global hazard. As the global climate gets hotter, temperatures inside the homes in dense urban centers are rising to dangerous levels, posing a deadly and often unrecognized threat to the world’s most vulnerable people.

In this episode Microsoft Chief Questions Officer Trevor Noah talks with Dr. Anshu Sharma to discuss the work of SEEDS, an innovative non-profit in India. Using AI, satellite imagery, and local data loggers to collect on the ground temperature readings, they engage the local community to identify people at risk and provide low-tech solutions that help save lives.

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