[ExI] How Google’s New Weather AI Will Make Sure You Never Get Caught in the Rain

John Grigg possiblepaths2050 at gmail.com
Sat Jan 18 09:52:48 UTC 2020

"On Monday, a post on Google’s AI blog
shared a machine learning method the company is developing for weather
prediction. Google calls the technique “nowcasting” because it’s set up to
predict weather zero to six hours ahead of time, and is focused around
weather events like thunderstorms that can quickly morph from clear skies
to heavy rains to gusting wind and back again."

"By simplifying its methodology and actually using *less* data than
existing forecasting techniques, the company believes it can give us
accurate, timely weather predictions, especially ones relating to

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