Can Artificial Intelligence Solve the World’s Water Crisis?
Artificial intelligence tools can help companies and other water professionals solve the world’s water crisis, says AquaSPE, which has added AI tools to The Water Network, a knowledge-sharing platform.
The company, citing a UN report, says global water demand is forecast to exceed supply by 40 percent in the next 15 years.
Trudi Schifter, founder and CEO of AquaSPE, says the company’s proprietary algorithms “connect experts to each other and relevant information in real time. Knowledge and experts are linked contextually using a dynamic water taxonomy. The result is that companies and projects can systematically leverage their knowledge hotspots and fill gaps from the network at large.”
Companies, governments, nonprofit organizations, projects and initiatives in the water sector have access to the benefits of the AquaSPE platform for their own communities. AquaSPE provides the knowledge sharing and collaboration tools and provides access to global experts through the Network at large so organizations can focus on their core water business.
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