Managing disaster and disruption with AI, one tree at a time. Featuring AiDash co-founder and CEO Abhishek Singh
- May 26th 2022
It sounds like a contradiction in terms, but disaster and disruption management is a thing. Disaster and disruption is precisely what ensues when catastrophic natural events occur, and unfortunately, the trajectory the world is on seems to be exacerbating the issue. In 2021 alone, the US experienced 15+ weather/climate disaster events with damages exceeding $1 billion.
Previously, we have explored various aspects of the ways data science and machine learning intertwine with natural events - from weather prediction, to the impact of climate change on extreme phenomena and measuring the impact of disaster relief. AiDash, however, is aiming at something different: helping utility and energy companies as well as governments and cities manage the impact of natural disasters, including storms and wildfires.
We connected with AiDash co-founder and CEO Abhishek Singh to learn more about its mission and approach, as well its newly released Disaster and Disruption Management System (DDMS)
Orchestrate all the Things podcast: Connecting the Dots with George Anadiotis
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