LONDON (AP) — Wildfires fueled by climate change have ravaged communities from Maui to the Mediterranean this summertime, killing numerous people today, exhausting firefighters and fueling demand for new options. Enter synthetic intelligence.
Firefighters and startups are utilizing AI-enabled cameras to scan the horizon for signs of smoke. A German corporation is building a constellation of satellites to detect fires from space. And Microsoft is using AI designs to predict where the subsequent blaze could be sparked.
With wildfires getting to be larger and extra extreme as the environment warms, firefighters, utilities and governments are scrambling to get ahead