ClimateGPT is an AI expert in global warming

ClimateGPT is an AI expert in global warming

/ 05:33 PM January 27, 2024

What if artificial intelligence could help us tackle the challenges posed by climate change? The ClimateGPT platform has been specifically conceived to study and propose ways to reduce the numerous impacts the climate crisis is having on the environment.

Behind the initiative is The Endowment for Climate Intelligence (ECI), an organization dedicated to promoting the responsible use of AI in the fight against climate change.

The group behind ClimateGPT says that the platform is powered by data from over 10 billion web pages and millions of academic articles. This corpus includes everything from research on climate change to information on extreme weather events and the entire United Nations Sustainable Development Goals program.


In its present configuration, the platform is already capable of performing a multitude of climate change-related tasks, such as synthesizing research from various disciplines, modelling potential future climate scenarios, identifying particular vulnerabilities of specific populations and infrastructures to climate change, and even assessing strategies for adapting to or mitigating climate change. In this area, the open-source platform could prove to be a valuable tool for researchers and political decision-makers.

Available in some 20 languages, the ClimateGPT project is entirely open source, which means that users can contribute to improving it over time. To try it out, you need to register directly via The Endowment for Climate Intelligence website.

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TOPICS: Artificial Intelligence
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