4 steps to using AI in an environmentally responsible way

If developers are not careful, the use of AI can add to the looming climate crisis. Here are four steps to using AI responsibly. Image:

Mansour AlAnsari

Saudi Aramco Fellow, AI/ML Team, Centre for the Fourth Industrial Revolution (C4IR)


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