Jun 23, 2019

Great to see more and more climate related posts on HN. Posted this a couple of times already, but I'd encourage everyone to check this paper[0] that recently came out ("Tackling Climate Change with Machine Learning").

Among one of the initiatives mentioned is a startup called Tomorrow [1] that integrates with services (Uber, Instacart, etc) to calculate your personal CO2 emissions. They need help to get more of these integrations and more CO2 models. Consider giving a hand to them or other projects like this one [2].

[0] https://arxiv.org/abs/1906.05433

[1] https://www.tmrow.com/

[2] https://openclimatefix.github.io/

Jun 23, 2019

Interesting to see more and more climate related posts on HN. Posted this a couple of times already, but I'd encourage everyone to check this paper[0] that recently came out ("Tackling Climate Change with Machine Learning").

Among one of the initiatives mentioned is a startup called Tomorrow [1] that integrates with services (Uber, Instacart, etc) to calculate your personal CO2 emissions. They need help to get more of these integrations and more CO2 models. Consider giving a hand to them or other projects like this one [2].

[0] https://arxiv.org/abs/1906.05433

[1] https://www.tmrow.com/

[2] https://openclimatefix.github.io/

Jun 22, 2019

Reading these headlines is pretty depressing. If you want to do something about it, a paper called Tackling Climate Change with Machine Learning[0] just came out, and under Tools for Individuals a startup called Tomorrow[1] is mentioned. They're actively looking for help to get more integrations to their app to calculate people's personal CO2 emissions.

[0] https://arxiv.org/abs/1906.05433

[1] https://www.tmrow.com/

Jun 21, 2019

If you have time to dedicate to the fight against climate change, consider reading this paper [0] and start or help out some of the projects mentioned. One example is Tomorrow [1], a startup that tries to calculate your CO2 emisisons based on app integrations and is looking for help on these integrations and CO2 models, but there are other projects like this one [2] or this one [3].

[0] https://arxiv.org/abs/1906.05433

[1] https://www.tmrow.com/

[2] https://openclimatefix.github.io/

[3] http://pangeo.io

Jun 21, 2019

If you want to do something about climate change, a paper called Tackling Climate Change with Machine Learning[0] just came out, and under Tools for Individuals a startup called Tomorrow[1] is mentioned. I know they're actively looking for help to get more integrations to their app to calculate people's personal CO2 emissions.

[0] https://arxiv.org/abs/1906.05433 [1] https://www.tmrow.com/

Jun 15, 2019

I don’t think this is a comprehensive answer, but if you want a nice summary of how climate change might be impacted by ML/DL applications, this is hot off the press: Tackling Climate Change with Machine Learning, https://arxiv.org/abs/1906.05433