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Context: Recently, Union government in the recent budget described AI as sunrise technology while there is an allure to national dreams of economic prosperity and global competitiveness, underwritten by AI, there is an environmental cost.
About Artificial Intelligence (AI)
Some examples of Artificial Intelligence are:-
How AI can help in tackling Climate Change?
Collection of Data: The great strength of AI lies in its ability to learn by experience, collecting massive amounts of data from its environment, intuiting connections that humans fail to notice, and recommending appropriate actions on the basis of its conclusions.
Monitoring Emissions: Entities can use AI-powered data engineering to automatically track emissions throughout their carbon footprint.
Predicting Emissions: Predictive AI can forecast future emissions across a the entities carbon footprint, in relation to current reduction efforts, new carbon reduction methodologies, and future demand. As a result, they can set, adjust, and achieve reduction targets more accurately.
Issues with AI
Unfair race for dominance in AI: A few developed economies possess certain material advantages right from the start, they also set the rules.
Inequality in terms of governance: We can also look at the state of inequity in AI in terms of governance: How “tech fluent” are policymakers in developing and underdeveloped countries?
Climate impact of AI
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Developing and underdeveloped countries face a challenge on two fronts
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