AI Approximately 85% of the world's population is affected by climate change.

A team of researchers in Germany used machine learning to crunch



Climate change is here And it will only get even worse if we don't act soon. That's driving the landmark report by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change. which was published in August It warned that all regions of the world would be affected by rising temperatures.

A new article published Monday in slot Nature Climate Change. Add some specifics to that forecast. Using machine learning technology to analyze more than 60,000 studies on climate change, researchers in Germany estimate that 85% of the population is affected

by human-caused climate change. The study was led by Max Callaghan of the Mercator Research Institute in Berlin, Global Commons and Climate Change.There is substantial evidence for the impact of climate change on human and natural systems,” the report said. all are

The study comes ahead of COP26, the United Nations climate change conference in Glasgow, running from Oct. 31 to Nov. 12. COP26 will bring together world leaders. This includes US President Joe Biden and UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson. but not President Xi China's Jinping It was at COP21 in 2015 that the Paris Agreement took place,

and observers hope a more ambitious agreement on carbon neutrality can be agreed upon. in Glasgow Machine learning is a type of artificial intelligence that gets smarter with more information: think of speech-to-text software. This will be more accurate when the sound can be heard for hours. Callaghan and the team are not aiming to highlight