TED Circles: AI, Agriculture & Climate Change (Free)
Sat., Jan. 15 | Zoom Online

TED Circles: AI, Agriculture & Climate Change (Free)

This is an open conversation about the impact AI and agriculture have on climate change. Cost: Free
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Time & Location

Jan. 15, 10:00 a.m. – 11:30 a.m. EST
Zoom Online

About This Workshop

Note: This session is limited to 25 attendees and is NOT recorded. No sales pitches, please.

TED Circles are held monthly. They are a free, safe and inclusive online place to connect with innovators from all over the globe.

We live in the age of AI and climate change. Agriculture is one of the most important industries to humans and is ripe for innovation. It also has a large impact on climate change. Let's meet and discuss:

  1. How does AI in agriculture affect climate change?
  2. What other factors affect climate change during food production?
  3. Are there any ethical issues at the intersection of AI, agriculture and climate change?

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Co-Hosts:

  • Serg Masís is a Data Scientist in agriculture with a background in entrepreneurship and web/app development. He is a celebrated author of the best-seller book 'Interpretable Machine Learning with Python'. Serg is passionate about ML interpretability, responsible AI, behavioral economics and causal inference. 
  • Gunjan Syal - Chief Strategy Officer at GoEmerald.  Gunjan innovates businesses and ecosystems in a way that the results are visible, measurable and repeatable. She enables businesses as a fractional CSO, CPO, COO, CTO and a board member. She has led innovation initiatives for 38+ US & Canadian businesses in 10 industries.  Gunjan has developed a dynamic innovation framework, is a globally celebrated TED  Circles host.
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