IRCAI and AWS seek proposals with innovative cloud computing ideas to tackle climate challenges in six key areas for global impact
To support startups using cloud computing and AI for climate solutions, the International Research Centre on Artificial Intelligence (IRCAI) and Amazon Web Services (AWS) are launching the Compute for Climate Fellowship.
For their proofs of concept, selected startups will receive full funding. Applications are open, and proposals to be considered include addressing climate risk, food security, biodiversity, climate-related health, the circular economy, and ESG analytics.
Technical resources, expert teams, and access to advanced computing services and AI technologies, including generative AI and ML, will be offered by the Compute for Climate Fellowship to climate tech startups.
To tackle climate challenges in six key areas for global impact—climate risk and resilience, food security, biodiversity and conservation, climate-related health, the circular economy, and environmental, social, and governance (ESG) analytics—IRCAI and AWS seek proposals with innovative cloud computing ideas.
Until August 31, 2023, Fellowship applications are open and have a chance to be showcased at AWS’ re: Invent conference in November 2023. Startups that are not selected can access $5,000 in AWS credits and training.
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