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8th International Workshop on Climate Informatics

City: 
Boulder, CO
Country: 
United States
Dates: 
19 Sep 2018 - 21 Sep 2018
Submission deadline: 
18 Sep 2018

We have greatly increased the volume and diversity of climate data from satellites, environmental sensors and climate models in order to improve our understanding of the climate system. However, this very increase in volume and diversity can make the use of traditional analysis tools impractical and necessitate the need to carry out knowledge discovery from data. Machine learning has made significant impacts in fields ranging from web search to bioinformatics, and the impact of machine learning on climate science could be as profound. However, because the goal of machine learning in climate science is to improve our understanding of the climate system, it is necessary to employ techniques that go beyond simply taking advantage of co-occurence, and, instead, enable increased understanding.

Conference type: 
Workshop