AI makes quick work of earthquake damage assessment

After an earthquake, effective damage assessment is critical to saving lives and planning a rapid and effective response. The assessment needs to accurately and quickly gauge the scale and the extent of the damage and do so without endangering additional lives. A new Japanese artificial intelligence model that uses aerial images from disaster sites is able to do just that.

A team of researchers at Hiroshima University in Japan has developed an artificial intelligence system to analyze aerial images taken after earthquakes and quickly evaluate the damage shown so teams can attend to critical areas first. The AI places

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