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The increasingly erratic and intense nature of climate factors, such as precipitation, temperature, and wind present unprecedented risks to human health. However, there is an opportunity for artificial intelligence and advanced analytics (AI/AA) to enhance our ability to adapt our reactions and systems to the impacts of climate. AI/AA can improve our understanding to describe complex, evolving, and often non-obvious relationships between climate and health factors; predict scenarios over different time horizons; and recommend interventions with trade-offs to optimize resulting health outcomes.

AI/AA for Climate and Health | U.S. Agency for International Development (

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