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What does responsible application for climate modeling look like?

Image credit: Lucas Harris, GFDL
Image credit: Lucas Harris, GFDL

The NOAA Climate Program Office will host an expert panel to discuss views regarding the responsible integration of artificial intelligence (AI) and climate modeling, including for model development, predictions and projections. This event will take place on June 27th, 12:30 – 2:00 pm EDT as part of the NOAA Science Seminar Series. The Climate Program Office facilitates and supports NOAA advances in climate modeling as part of the US Global Change Research Program community. 

The panel will discuss and socialize emerging considerations regarding the responsible use of AI for climate applications with the community. The discussion will cover  practical examples, data requirements, transparency in data and training methodologies, verification benchmarks, risks, and biases. Broader discussion questions will include desirable models for sustainable and responsible progress in AI that supports underpinning data, modeling and climate experts, and ensures the trustworthiness of results. The panel will include experts from the NOAA Geophysical Fluid Dynamics Laboratory, Allen Institute for Artificial Intelligence, the German Aerospace Center, and other organizations. The Climate Program Office’s Dr. Annarita Mariotti will moderate the panel.

Learn more and register for the event »

For more information, contact Annarita Mariotti and Haley Crim.

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