IBM partners NASA to convert satellite data into high resolution maps

IBM partners NASA to convert satellite data into high resolution maps

In an effort to shed light on the planet’s past and provide a glimpse into its future, IBM and NASA have announced a new geospatial foundation model that uses satellite data to create high-resolution maps of floods, fires, and other terrain changes.

The second part of this year is anticipated to see the release of this geospatial service for preview. This platform may be used to estimate climate-related risks to crops, structures, and other infrastructure, value and monitor forests for carbon offset programmes, and develop predictive models to assist businesses in developing climate change mitigation and adaptation plans.

IBM partners NASA to convert satellite data into high resolution maps
IBM partners NASA to convert satellite data into high resolution maps

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According to IBM Chairman and CEO Arvind Krishna, foundation models dramatically increase the scalability, affordability, and effectiveness of AI deployment.

According to him, this model will be included in IBM’s watsonx.ai, a cutting-edge enterprise studio that will be broadly accessible in July and allow AI developers to train, test, adjust, and deploy both conventional machine learning and cutting-edge AI capabilities.

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