A change in the weather: Artificial intelligence and accelerated computing promise faster and more efficient predictions

The increase in the frequency and severity of extreme weather and climate events could claim a million lives and cost $1.7 trillion annually by 2050, according to the Munich Reinsurance Company. This underscores the critical need for accurate weather forecasting, especially as severe weather events such as blizzards, hurricanes and heatwaves increase. Artificial intelligence and … Read more