Welcome to NOAA's emerging conduit for artificial intelligence and machine learning for mission science initiatives
We're exploring the needs and capabilities of the NOAA community. We want to spark conversations, provide space for networking, and encourage information sharing about AI/ML within NOAA and its scientific communities. We welcome your participation in the evolution of NCAI and the development of our Community of Practice.
This year’s interactive workshop will focus on collaboration building and active development of AI-powered applications and community standards. We invite developers, data scientists, domain experts, social scientists, and downstream users to form small teams around different use cases that are relevant to NOAA mission areas. More information coming soon!
Recorded and transcribed, this Forbes' interview with Dr. Eric Kihn highlights the foundational work going on to build NOAA’s AI capacity. The discussion focuses on NOAA’s uses of AI across the organization, including the activities of the NOAA Center for AI (NCAI).
The annual Trustworthy Artificial Intelligence for Environmental Science (TAI4ES) Summer School will take place June 27 through July 1. It is organized by the National Science Foundation AI Institute for Research on Trustworthy AI in Weather, Climate, and Coastal Oceanography (AI2ES) in conjunction with NCAR.
NCAI is collaborating with Earth Science Information Partners (ESIP) to define AI-ready data and standards for Earth and space science through a Data Readiness Cluster. ESIP members and partners will discuss advancements and develop tools for open environmental data AI applications.