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How AI can help the world fight wildfires

Global collaboration is needed to successfully manage and minimise the risk of wildfires. Image: Unsplash / @phonorman

Arunima Sarkar

Lead, Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning, World Economic Forum

Sirin Altiok

Project Fellow, Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning, World Economic Forum

Dr. Şebnem Güneş Söyler

Expert Data Scientist, KoçDigital


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A review of 300 publications showed dramatic increases in the number of papers published about machine learning and wildfire science between 1996 and 2019. Image: A review of machine learning applications in wildfire science and management. Environmental Reviews, 2020

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