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AI Special Interest Group: Seminar 4

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The Institute of Science and Technology's AI group are excited to announce the fourth event in our seminar series: An AI Assistant for Climate Change Mitigation by Rosana de Oliveira Gomes
Wed, 15 December 2021: 16:00 - 17:00 GMT
PRE-REGISTRTAION IS REQUIRED - registration is now open .
Society is going through one of its biggest challenges since the beginning of civilization: climate change. From extreme weather events to migration, the climate crisis is impacting multiple sectors in society and it has become clear that many businesses will need to redesign their strategies to keep up to...
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