Wildfires are a worldwide problem requiring global collaboration to successfully manage and minimise the risk of occurrence. Artificial intelligence algorithms, combined with end-to-end fire management systems, are powerful tools for combating wildfires.
A new study by researchers from Hiroshima University introduced a novel artificial intelligence (AI)-based technique for estimating site amplification factors from data on ambient vibrations or microtremors of the ground.
Large amounts of data and new methods and technologies with which to analyze them. The new frontier of machine learning – a branch of artificial intelligence – at the service of climate studies, in research by the CMCC Foundation and Ca’ Foscari University .
Centro Euro-Mediterraneo sui Cambiamenti Climatici