July 20, 2023 3:00 PM

Unleashing the power of AI in climate tech

How can AI accelerate our path to net zero?
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Jacqueline van den Ende
Co-Founder & CEO
Bastiaan van de Rakt
Founder, Deeploy & Enjins
Juan Muldoon
Partner, Energize Ventures

How can AI accelerate our path to net zero?

Led by cutting-edge technologies like ChatGPT, the AI revolution has captivated millions of users, offered mind-boggling capabilities and ignited an arms race in the tech world. AI is already turning our business world upside down — but how can and will it impact our transition to net zero?

This webinar aims to showcase innovative applications of AI that can drive significant climate progress. We will discuss AI-driven solutions including smart grid management, AI powered precision farming, climate risk assessments and decarbonisation pathways we may not even have thought about yet.

Our panel of experts includes a climate AI thought leader, a climate AI investor, and a climate AI founder, ready to share their valuable insights and experiences. Together, we'll navigate this exciting new frontier and uncover the immense potential of AI in accelerating our journey toward a sustainable future.

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