Can artificial intelligence outsmart natural disasters?


As natural disasters grow more severe in the United States, local governments are increasingly using predictive analytics to understand where and when an emergency will impact their communities. — 123rf.com

When fires start in Gilpin County, Colorado, the United States, they burn hot and grow fast.

Floods in Texas’ San Antonio River basin spill across highways, blocking emergency responders, and Norfolk, Virginia, sees homes inundated by coastal storms.

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