Well if the title does not grab your attention then this episode is not for you!
This episode is all about using AI to generate satellite imagery using something called generative adversarial networks ( GANs ).
That might sound scary if you have not used…
Humanitarian disasters can stem from natural or man-made origins. Regardless of the root cause they lead to mass population displacement, loss of lives and human suffering 1. A humanitarian disaster often poses unique difficulties for non-government and government agencies in the form of infrastructural damages, uncertain supply and demand, geographical challenges, time pressures and…Read More
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Remote sensing in flood management Flooding has plagued civilization forever, however increasing urbanization, population growth and economic growth is leading to greater damage 1. A number of things can cause flooding, including heavy rain, snowmelt and dam failures being the main ones 2. Urban flooding poses a greater risk to human life and potentially large…Read More
What is hydrology Hydrology is the study of water and the water cycle, focusing on surface water and groundwater on land. A hydrologist studies the hydrologic cycle, how water interacts with the environment including how it moves from the earth’s surface 1. This includes understanding the natural movement of water, but also the human…Read More
How is design going to reduce the time to science? what is the difference between design and user experience when we think about geospatial interfaces?
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