IBM and CEO Arvind Krishna have been using their expertise in artificial intelligence to help other companies navigate the climate crisis. For instance, its new Environmental Intelligence Suite offers AI-powered dashboards, maps, and alerts that help companies in industries like agriculture and aviation prepare for storms or measure their own emissions. IBM also recently acquired Envizi, a software firm that measures environmental impacts across supply chains. “It’s about making sure we can use sustainability information to impact day-to-day operations,” says Kareem Yusuf, general manager of IBM AI Applications.
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