4 ways AI helps business protect the environment

4 ways AI helps business protect the environment
January 14, 2020 Mike Braico
AI helps business protect the environment

4 ways AI helps business protect the environment

The environment is a hot topic, literally. As global temperatures have warmed since 1850, the discussion on what to do about it has heated up as well. Humanity is having an undeniable impact on the natural world. Our growing demand for resources is leading to land-use changes, loss of biodiversity and pollution. Climate change continues to disrupt weather patterns, temperatures and water availability, leading to impacts on human and natural ecosystems — even the forests are on the move.

The good news is that there is more information than ever before about the environment. Growing global attention is leading to increasing regulations, deeper research and deployment of advanced sensing and mapping technologies. However, connecting the dots for better insights and solutions is difficult because the relevant information is often siloed, and decision makers are reluctant to act without a high degree of certainty.

Today’s complex supply chains make this an even tougher puzzle to unravel. Cognitive technology, enabled by artificial intelligence, or AI, is uniquely adapted to helping with these challenges, from finding patterns and interconnections within macro datasets to providing local, personalized diagnosis and predictions that learn and improve over time.

Protecting the environment is in everyone’s best interest. The preservation of our natural resources means that the generations that follow us will continue to have the tools they need to survive and thrive. This article examines how new innovations in AI are giving businesses the information they need to make sustainable decisions that will ensure this future becomes a reality. Interested in using AI to reduce your own environmental impact?

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Cognitive technology, enabled by artificial intelligence, or AI, is uniquely adapted to helping with sustainability challenges.