Microsoft, one of the biggest software organizations in the entire world is now tieing up with the US government for AI-based disaster management systems.
The Department of energy and Microsoft now together will work on creating disaster responding tools deploying Artificial intelligence. These tools will help in preventing, predicting, and managing the forthcoming disasters. They initiated a group named “The five consortium” about the first five crucial minutes of any naturally occurring disaster. Collaborating both will come chair this group.
They are working on an idea in which they intend to develop the five responders. These responders can sense the nearly happening disaster, therefore the more active is the responder the safer is the human. As per DOE in the pacific northwest lab, they are already working on a similar technique. Which uses deep learning for making critical decisions in the near-real age.
Artificial intelligence enables us to address some of humanity’s greatest challenges, and in this case, improve disaster resilience for populations around the world,” Toni Townes-Whitley, President of US Regulated Industries, Microsoft, said in a statement. “As evidenced by this consortium we have joined with the DOE and DoD, it’s critical that private and public sectors work together to provide first responders with technology that has the potential to save lives.”
Well if to look at it with clever vision this partnership is worth it. As Microsoft has the ocean of data and crates of weapons to serve the purpose of DOE. As it needs the best of technology, employees, tools, and techniques to develop such a sophisticated system of disaster management