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AI for Climate Change with Omdena

Discover how DataCamp Donates Partner Omdena is transforming the way socially conscious, data-driven research projects are being conducted.  By leveraging a global community of aspiring data professionals, Omdena and DataCamp get learners production-ready by freely giving them the skills and know-how to collaborate on some of the most important problems of our time and get solid credits to add to their CVs.

In this session, we’ll dive deeply into the workflows and insights of their Philadelphia chapter’s project “AI for Climate Change: Mitigate Greenhouse Gases Emissions by Reducing Energy Consumption of Buildings.”

Key Takeaways

  • How data science and machine learning can support climate change efforts

  • How Omdena deliverers socially conscious, data-driven research projects

  • How to collaborate with a large team of diverse backgrounds and skill levels to execute a machine learning project

Useful Info

Omdena projects  

Omdena Local Chapters  

Case studies on previous projects

Full breakdown of this AI for Climate Change project

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Nathaniel Taylor-Leach

Social Impact Manager at DataCamp

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Imran Yasin

Automation Scientist at Janssen Pharmaceutical Companies of Johnson & Johnson and Machine Learning Engineer Project Lead Volunteer

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