As global warming causes increasingly erratic weather patterns, it’s a bigger and bigger issue for the airline industry to contend with. It doesn’t follow though that travelers will have to suffer increased turbulence—like most other industries, AI is able to help.
As reported in The New York Times, new sensors, data modelling and satellites are being powered by artificial intelligence to do something called machine learning, which might just help smoothen out your next flight.
A NASA report published in March 2023 reported on how bumpier skies were just one result from increasing vertical wind shears arising from global warming (sudden changes in wind speed and
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