PLEASE NOTE: tickets should be purchased in advance.

Using Machine Learning for Climate Science

Discover how machine learning is playing an important role in helping us better understand our climate.

April 28 at Noon

Where:
Online
Age:
All Ages
Length:
60 minutes
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Machine learning is a branch of artificial intelligence that is focused on building applications that automatically learn data and solve problems over time. Recent computational advances over the past few years have enabled substantial progress that has allowed computers to help us better our lives. One of those advancements is an improved understanding of the Earth's climate system. We can now make more skillful weather predictions, improve our resiliency, better track pollution, and tackle one of the biggest challenges facing humanity, climate change. Join expert Dr. Maria J. Molina, as she discusses several incredible climate science machine learning applications and explores what the future might hold.

  • What: “Using Machine Learning for Climate Science," presented by Dr. Maria J. Molina, Research Scientist at the National Center for Atmospheric Research in Boulder, Colorado
  • When: Wednesday, April 28, 12 - 12:45 pm
  • Where: Zoom meeting in the comfort of your home

How to Attend

This digital Lunch Break Science is FREE to attend, but registration is required. Registration will be open until 10:30 am on the day of the event.

You will be sent a link and password to access the talk at 11 am on the day of the event.

Using Machine Learning for Climate Science
A live & free virtual presentation