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Teaching AI and record heat

A map visualizing 2023 temperature data
NASA's Scientific Visualization Studio
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Data provided by Robert B. Schmunk (NASA/GSFC GISS)
A map visualizing 2023 temperature data

On this episode of The Best of Our Knowledge: Universities across New York state studying AI are banding together to unlock the potential of the technology to benefit public good. We’ll speak with a researcher who has been working to develop classroom curricula surrounding the rapidly advancing technology.

And 2023 was the warmest year on record. We’ll learn more from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.

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One of the newest additions to the WAMC team, Jody Cowan has a naturally curious approach to media production and strong passion for story telling. Jody's work is currently showcased on the shows 51% and The Best of Our Knowledge.
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