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Wednesday, January 16, 2019 - 3:30pm01/16/2019 03:30pm 01/16/2019 3:30pm Machine Learning Techniques for Renewable Energy and Wildfire Prediction The National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR) has been a leader in many areas of atmospheric science for applications of artificial intelligence (AI) to environmental science problems. The research in AI at NCAR began in the 1990’s, first from advanced applications of combined statistical methods, expert systems, and genetic algorithms to the full complexity of modern AI including machine learning and deep learning. This talk will detail three projects at NCAR’s Research Applications Laboratory utilizing machine learning for improved short-range solar power prediction, wind power conversion and wildland fire decision support systems. 112 Walker Building America/New_York public
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112 Walker Building
The National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR) has been a leader in many areas of atmospheric science for applications of artificial intelligence (AI) to environmental science problems. The research in AI at NCAR began in the 1990’s, first from advanced applications of combined statistical methods, expert systems, and genetic algorithms to the full complexity of modern AI including machine learning and deep learning. This talk will detail three projects at NCAR’s Research Applications Laboratory utilizing machine learning for improved short-range solar power prediction, wind power conversion and wildland fire decision support systems.