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NASA Uses Supercomputers and AI to Count Earth’s Trees From Space For the First Time


To get a sense of how much carbon the Earth can store, and how it changes over time, scientists would need to count a bewildering number of trees, and track their growth over time. Incredibly, the folks at NASA are now using supercomputers to do precisely that—via top-down imaging from space.

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Scientists from NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center in Maryland recently partnered with an international team of researchers to map the trees using high-resolution satellite…



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