Artificial intelligence for Earth observation
During ESA’s ɸ-week on 12–16 November in Italy, Patrick Helber from the German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence explains how artificial intelligence is being trained with Earth observation data and images such as that from the Copernicus Sentinel-2 mission so features can be detected automatically. This can then be used to classify land cover types automatically, for example.
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AI for EO. EIEIO
pretty cool program
For me ai is all about agency…nothing more if we make agents we make brilliant ai..