Can Machine Learning Help Lift China’s Smog?

Can Machine Learning Help Lift China’s Smog? As China’s air quality sinks, IBM’s research group is using AI techniques to predict pollution levels for every square kilometer 10 days in advance. Download PDF Download PDF This article is part of the May / June 2016 Business Report, AI Takes Off.View the full report From the street, through Beijing’s heavy smog, it can sometimes be hard to make out IBM’s Chinese headquarters: a towering office building with a distinctive undulating architectural flourish and a large company logo at the top. But just a short distance away, on the northeast outskirts of the capital, IBM computer scientists are using artificial intelligence to develop what they think will be a way to manage China’s notorious and chronic pollution problem more successfully. The team…


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