Session 28: Artificial Intelligence
Climate change refers to a worldwide phenomenon of climate change that has a substantial impact on the planet's normal climatic conditions (temperature, precipitation, wind, etc.). They are primarily caused by human actions. Many individuals are still uninformed of the true effects of climate change, and their daily activities considerably increase the risk. Global warming, which is primarily produced by the greenhouse effect, is the primary cause of climate change. The release of greenhouse gases from normal human activities has resulted in an unprecedented rise in global temperature, which is expected to continue if left unresolved in the future.
With the effective use of data, learning algorithms, and sensing devices, Artificial Intelligence (AI) is a disruptive paradigm that has increased ability to analyse, anticipate, and mitigate the danger of climate change. It makes calculations, forecasts, and makes decisions to help reduce the effects of climate change. AI helps us better comprehend the effects of climate change across different geographical places by generating effective models for weather forecasting and environmental monitoring. It analyses climatic data and forecasts weather events, extreme weather conditions, and other socioeconomic consequences of climate change and precipitation. From a technological standpoint, AI improves climate projections, demonstrates the effects of extreme weather, identifies the true source of carbon emissions, and makes countless other useful contributions.
Title : Liquid crystal photo alignment and photo patterning based on nanosize azodye layers.
Vladimir Chigrinov, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, Hong Kong
Title : Image super-resolution for climate projections
Saurabh Paul, S&P Global Market Intelligence, United States
Title : Cooking up a catastrophe: Raising eu consumer awareness of health impacts of gas cooking
Alexia Ross, CLASP, United States
Title : Computer simulation of the offshore CO2 geological sequestration in smeaheia, Norway
Marte Gutierrez, Civil and Environmental Engineering, Colorado School of Mines, United States
Title : Financing climate change adaptation and its devolution through national budget in Tanzania.
Peter Msumali Rogers, University of Dar es Salaam, United States
Title : Forecasts of global renewable energy generation and analysis of key factors affecting the growth of renewable energy markets.
Abhishek Asthana, Sheffield Hallam University, United Kingdom
Title : Analysis of carbon markets and offset alternatives in the compliance and voluntary schemes to commercialise colombian neutral coal.
Clara Ines Pardo Martinez, Universidad del Rosario, Colombia
Title : Achieving a carbon free built environment with circular economy
Azzeddine Oudjehane, Southern Alberta Institute of Technology, Canada
Title : The influence of household characteristics on the purchase of clean cars: The case of Spain
Mercedes Burguillo Cuesta, Universidad de Alcala, Spain
Title : Aligning officially supported export finance with the paris agreement
Igor Shishlov, Perspectives Climate Group, Spain