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Scientists have developed a special tool for accurate monitoring of Arctic ice, know how it works

According to the report, a team of scientists led by the British Antarctic Survey (BAS) and The Alan Turing Institute has succeeded in creating a special tool based on artificial intelligence

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Scientists from all over the world continue to do research on global warming. Due to global warming, the world is facing the threat of climate change. Global warming has also affected the Arctic. According to a leading daily report, scientists have developed a special tool to accurately monitor Arctic ice.

According to the report, a team of scientists led by the British Antarctic Survey (BAS) and The Alan Turing Institute has succeeded in creating a special tool based on artificial intelligence. With the help of which snow monitoring and accuracy can be done. The name of this tool is IceNet. With the help of IceNet, one season in advance, the melting of Arctic ice can be accurately predicted.

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Scientists have found 95% accurate to the IceNet. IceNet has been developed on the basis of Deep Learning Concept. Data analysis from satellite sensor in this system is done with traditional climate model data. The necessary steps will be taken from time to time, which will be saved from the damage caused by the melting of ice to the living organisms.

According to scientists, due to the increase of temperature, the sea ice area of ​​the Arctic has been halfway. The effect of this change will also be seen all over the world. According to the data scientist and the main author of this research, Arctic world is included in those places where climate change is seen to be seen. Detailed Detail About IceNet has been published in a journal called Nature Communications.

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