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AI weather forecaster sets sights on battered Asia-Pacific

CEO: Machine learning quickly adapts to extreme weather from climate change

People wade through a flooded street following heavy rain in the Philippines in October. The Asia-Pacific region has been hit hard by extreme weather this year.   © Reuters

SHARM EL-SHEIKH, Egypt -- The head of California-based AI weather forecasting startup Atmo has his sights set on the Asia-Pacific region, where everything from typhoons and flooding to heat waves and drought regularly disrupt the lives of millions of people.

In a recent interview on the sidelines of the COP27 climate summit in Egypt, Atmo CEO Alexander Levy described the Asia-Pacific as an "incredibly strategic area," due to its massive population, vulnerability to extreme weather and "extremely urgent" need to improve forecasting.

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