Large whales can have important environmental and economic impacts. New AI buoys are being rolled out to protect them.
A multi-disciplined project is using machine learning to decode the complex calls of sperm whales. Will we soon be able to 'talk' with them?
An image of reality in real time: AI-based digital twins can make recycling more user-friendly for companies - and thus pave the way toward a complete circular economy.
Digitalization, as it currently stands, exacerbates ecological and social crises. But digital technologies also offer the opportunity to put all sectors on a sustainable course. The report "Digital Reset" by TU Berlin and the Einstein Center Digital Future, shows how this can be achieved.
Many national governments lack the tools, or will, to accurately assess their reforestation efforts. CTrees is a platform aiming to provide transparency and accountability.
Until now, the development of AI-based technologies for recognising text and speech has been in the hands of large technology companies. BLOOM aims to make this more transparent.
Could specially engineered enzymes soon be used to break down our mountains of plastic waste?
The EIBA project is developing an AI that identifies end-of-life parts to help reuse products instead of merely recycling them.
The ability for machine learning algorithms to analyse huge amounts of information are making them indispensable tools for conservation research.