Ugandans to Break New Ground with AI for Earth Innovation Grant
Ketty Adoch and Torsten Bondo are among 11 people who have been selected to receive grants from Microsoft and National Geographic for projects on Artificial Intelligence (AI). Ketty's project will detect, quantify and monitor land cover change in the area surrounding Lake Albert and Murchison Falls National Park, while or Bondo, his AI for Earth Innovation Grant aims to use machine learning and satellites to support irrigation development and improve crop water efficiency in Uganda.
The Exchange, 19 December 2018
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