Climate change loses 65% of Alpine ice volume

2024-02-25 2024-02-25T19:32:15Z
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ArabiaWeather - A recent international study led by scientists at the Swiss University of Lausanne revealed estimates indicating that the volume of ice in the European Alps may decrease by up to 34% by 2050 if global warming stops now, and this percentage may reach 65% in If current trends continue. Advanced AI models were used to come up with these real-time predictions.

Other forecasts indicate that if the melting trend continues over the next 20 years without radical changes or measures, up to 46% of the ice volume in the Alps may disappear.

The simulations were carried out using artificial intelligence algorithms, where scientists relied on deep learning methods to train their model to understand physical concepts and feed it with real climate and ice data. Machine learning represents a revolution in the process of incorporating complex data into our models, as this essential step has become more accurate and efficient than it was previously, facilitating the process of predicting climate changes more accurately and effectively.


Source: alkhaleej

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