Keynote: Artificial intelligence for digital twins in natural and agricultural sciences

Activity: Talk or presentationInvited talkAcademic


Geo-information has become a social commodity that moves fast into the big data era: Increasingly more data sources are becoming available, from affordable miniature devices, to smart phones, IoT sensors, high-resolution, multi-spectral remote sensing images, and social media. Detecting meaningful signals through vast volumes of environmental data to further progress our understanding of natural processes and socio-environmental system interactions, remains a challenge. This talk offers an outlook of the technical challenges ahead, and some solutions from ongoing work with my team, towards data-driven intelligence with applications in ecosystem services, environmental policy, food security, and crop yield prediction at field and regional scales.
Period4 Sep 2020
Event titleArtificial Intelligence in Natural Sciences and Technology: Workshop at 11th EETN Conference on Artificial Intelligence (SETN 2020)
Event typeWorkshop
Conference number2020
LocationAthens, Greece
Degree of RecognitionInternational