Using AI, organisations are trying to help bring more accurate climate modelling to data-scarce regions of the planet.

A collaboration has been announced by The Alan Turing Institute, with its Turing-Lloyd’s Register Foundation Data Centric Engineering Programme, and a UK earth science AI start-up called Cervest. The project is hoping to fill in maps across the world where climate data is scarce, which leaves organisations and communities reliant on fragmented data and high-level predictions on climate and extreme event exposure.