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An AI Strategy for the Climate Crisis

Taking Responsibility for Technology Value Chains and Using Artificial Intelligence to Help Restore Nature

I had a think about the different artificial intelligence (AI) strategies that circulate from a variety of nations. I think it would be worthwhile to consider the possibility of creating an AI strategy that was specific regarding what actions that could be taken and adamant about transparency in the value chain of technology. In addition when it comes to algorithmic audits that may increasingly be an activity that can take place — carbon emissions can be a factor.

  1. What is the trade-off and is there anyone calculating this?
  2. Is there any type of certification system that exists, and if not what could it look like?
  3. Is there any form of easy heuristics a developer can think about when they purchase cloud or machine learning solutions?
  4. What type of different cases are there out there relating to artificial intelligence and where can they be found?
  5. Is it possible to have a nordic-baltic approach to artificial intelligence, and what type of AI companies or communities could lead the way in this regard?

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AI Policy and Ethics at www.nora.ai. Student at University of Copenhagen MSc in Social Data Science. All views are my own. twitter.com/AlexMoltzau

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