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ClimateAi Awarded Competitive Grant from the National Science Foundation

NSF’s Small Business Innovation Research Program Provides Seed Funding for ClimateAi R&D.   San Francisco, CA, 14 September 2020 — ClimateAI has been awarded a National...

ClimateAi Welcomes Seed Industry Veteran John Nelson to the Advisory Board

ClimateAi is excited to announce the addition of John Nelsen to the company’s advisory board. In this role, he will help set the strategic vision, provide product development insights, and aid in streamlining...

Interpretable Seasonal Forecasting: Machine Learning and Dynamical Models

By Ankur Mahesh, AI Engineer at ClimateAi During the seventeenth century, two schools of thought characterized the philosophy of science: deductive reasoning (promoted by Rene Descartes) and inductive...

It Takes More than You Think to Keep the Food System Running During a Pandemic

When COVID-19 hit, the dynamics in the food supply chain were catapulted into completely uncharted waters. Overnight, panic buying left grocery stores devoid of storable foods as people stocked up, preparing...

what's the difference between weather forecasts and climate forecasts?

Weather Forecasts Aren’t Very Accurate 5 Days Out. Why Should I Trust a Five Month Forecast?

Checking weather forecasts has become a part of our daily routine. We want to know if next week will be warmer than this week. Will it rain tomorrow, should I bring an umbrella to work? Intuitively, we...

Introduction to Climate Risk Assessment for Investment Portfolios: A Q&A with Daniel E. Ingram

Last year we sent Daniel E. Ingram, the Vice President of Responsible Investment Research & Consulting at Wilshire Associates, a series of questions by email to find out how institutional investors...

Lucas Joppa of Microsoft’s AI for Earth

Asked to describe AI for Earth and his role at the company, Joppa spoke of the program’s key areas of focus. “AI for Earth is a cross-company program at Microsoft that works across all of our...

Lessons from the 2008 World Food Crisis

At the brink of a global food crisis in 2008, Ed Schafer, a businessman and politician from North Dakota was appointed to lead the United States Department of Agriculture. Before joining the U.S. Cabinet,...

The Impact of Floods on Agriculture in the U.S. — Taking a Look Under the Hood

Floods are the costliest natural hazard, affecting the greatest number of people worldwide, and they have caused the largest portion of insured losses among all the natural catastrophes in recent decades....

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