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Feb 19, 2019

Artificial intelligence alone won’t solve the complexity of Earth sciences

Posted by in categories: climatology, particle physics, robotics/AI

One way to crack this problem, according to the authors of a Perspective in this issue, is through a hybrid approach. The latest techniques in deep learning should be accompanied by a hand-in-glove pursuit of conventional physical modelling to help to overcome otherwise intractable problems such as simulating the particle-formation processes that govern cloud convection. The hybrid approach makes the most of well-understood physical principles such as fluid dynamics, incorporating deep learning where physical processes cannot yet be adequately resolved.


Studies of complex climate and ocean systems could gain from a hybrid between artificial intelligence and physical modelling.

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  • Fleck 5600sxt on February 19, 2019 9:05 pm

    The hybrid approach looks promising here.

  • acheter des likes on March 5, 2019 8:39 pm

    Asking questions are genuinely nice thing if you are not understanding anything fully, except this article gives pleasant understanding even.

  • George on March 6, 2019 12:55 am

    Great article. I am dealing with some of these issues as well..