A report highlights that by 2050, Arctic temperatures are expected to rise by 3 to 5°C, leading to a rise in sea levels and threatening the homes of four million people.
Solutions using Artificial Intelligence could incorporate data from smart meters and Internet of things (IOT) sensors to predict a city’s energy demand so as to help optimize energy production. Carbon emissions could be significantly reduced through the use of 3D printing and raw material water reduction.
How can advanced technology like AI, IoT and 3D printing help tackle climate change?
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