AI has the potential to solve major global environmental sustainability challenges. Join us & be the part of our initiative.
Without them, earth would be fatal. No matter how big or small, they all release oxygen if you recall. The best time to plant a tree is now.
The lack of data is likely a result of under-reporting and inadequate public health resources.
Deserts cover 20% of the earth’s surface and despite their extreme conditions are home to one sixth of the world’s population.
Birds helped shape the plant life all around us. They bring plants back to ecosystems that have been destroyed and are needed for our own survival.
Appreciating our environment and all living organisms starts with an understanding and passion for them. Awareness and education about global environmental challenges will bring us together to journey towards a healthy planet. Artificial Intelligence (AI) has the potential to transform and revolutionize the world on a path of progression and prosperity for all living things. The 'AI for Environment' non-profit is on a mission to use technologies including AI, Internet of Things (IoT) and Business Intelligence to generate awareness of and solve global environmental challenges. Together we can make a difference.
I wish to harness AI to solve global environmental challenges (global warming). I believe we should steer Artificial Intelligence towards the path of finding new and efficient ways to help our planet cope with and reverse the effects of global warming.
Founder & CEO
AI for Environment
To generate awareness about the fascinating world of birds, I created 'AI for Birds' web app, phone app and wrote two blogs.
Here's the links for two blogs:
As you can see in this report, along with recognizing a specific bird, in real-time, interactive visualizations from Power BI display the unique attributes and information about each bird and its status in the wild. The fun facts on the visualization about each bird will linger in your mind for days.
In this webapp, I used Cognitive Services with Microsoft Custom Vision AI to upload 4,420 images of 85 bird species, tagged them, trained the model, and evaluated the results. You can upload bird image from your file explorer, and it will then predict the species name of the bird and the accuracy tied to that tag.
The Custom Vision Service uses machine learning to classify the bird images I uploaded. The only thing I was required to do was specify the correct tag for each bird image. You can also tag thousands of bird images at a time. The AI algorithm is very powerful as it gives us great accuracy's and once the model is trained, we can use the same model to classify new bird images according to the needs of our application.
There are two ways (in the web app) to recognize the bird species:
Choose a bird image from your PC.
Upload a bird image URL.
Take a picture of a bird in real-time (only works on the Phone App).
Once you upload an image, it will call the Custom Vision Prediction API (which was already trained by Custom Vision, powered by Microsoft) to get species of the bird.
In progress, Please stay tuned!
During COVID-19, preparing and delivering sandwiches to the homeless regularly and distributing free groceries to those in need.AMpowering distributed free groceries, fresh produce and dairy products to low income families in Redmond and Bellevue. Operate mobile food bank and available throughout the week for anyone in need to pick up the groceries. We are helping people who are evicted / homeless and need cooked meals instead of groceries.We are arranging connections and providing resources for people to help them find job.We are providing free online tutoring to kids of low income non English speaking communities to help in their studies when parents are not available.
To create a positive impact on the environment while generating awareness and coming up with the solutions to environmental issues. We broadened our influence to a global level by partnering with Eden Reforestation Projects edenprojects.org to plant trees: We calculated the number of trees needed to offset the amount of carbon released for each trip of EBC (Education beyond classroom) and the cost required for it. We encouraged the students and parents to offset their children’s trip by donating money to plant a certain number of trees and collected $1050 which equivalates to 65,000 trees. Every year, during a week called Education Beyond the Classroom (EBC), students from our school travel to different parts of the world with our teachers. All of this traveling, using cars, planes and other vehicles, emits large amounts of CO2 into the atmosphere. Therefore, we have decided to calculate the number of trees needed to offset the amount of carbon released for each trip and the cost required for it. So, we encouraged the students and parents to offset their children’s trip by donating money to plant a certain number of trees. These funds are given to Eden Reforestation Projects to plant trees in Madagascar which has already been 90% deforested. By doing this we are creating a positive impact on the environment and providing opportunities and income to those who are hired to plant the trees.
Nearly 3 billion animals were killed or displaced during extreme uncontrolled fires in Australia.
More than 1 million species face extinction from climate change.
By 2030, the effects of climate change can be irreversible.
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