There is so much interesting info out there on the topic of climate tech and conservation tech. Plus, new items are being added all the time. I thus want to share a list of all the links and sources used for this site’s posts, for your further reading and enjoyment.
Naturally, each time a new post is added, the relevant external sources’ links will be added here too.
Note that these are sorted in no particular order other than alphabetical. Once the sheer volume of links becomes too many for a simple list, I’ll sort them into categories to make it a bit easier for you to find what you’re looking for.
A Comprehensive Guide To Convolutional Neural Networks — The ELI5 Way.
Towards Data Science
Barcode of Life Data System – BOLD
Call for Code Names Winner of 2020 Global Challenge and Announces New Initiative to Combat Racial Injustice.
IBM News Room
Climate AI – How artificial intelligence can power your climate action
Capgemini Research Institute.
Commit to the Cause. Push for Change. Answer the Call.
Call for Code
Contribute to open source projects – Call for Code
Energy and policy considerations for deep learning in NLP.
Google’s New AI Project Could Be A Conservation Game Changer.
How Artificial Intelligence Can Power Climate Change Strategy.
How Green Is Your Software?
Harvard Business Review
HS2 announces first five firms for its Innovation Accelerator programme.
International Railway Journal
Impacts of software and its engineering on the carbon footprint of ICT.
Environmental Impact Assessment Review
On Deck Climate Tech Fellowship
Once-for-all: Train one network and specialize it for efficient deployment.
Open Footprint Forum
Prediction Overview | AI Platform Prediction.
Principles of Green Software Engineering.
Principles of Sustainable Software Engineering.
Reducing the carbon footprint of artificial intelligence – MIT News.
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
The carbon footprint of AI and cloud computing.
The On Deck Fellowship: What is it and why you should apply?
Visualizing Parts Of Convolutional Neural Networks Using Keras And Cats.
What is the Internet of Things? WIRED explains.