Leveraging Artificial Intelligence for Disaster Prediction, Resilience, and Recovery
February 18, 2020
09:00 AM to 12:00 PM CT
Tulane River and Coastal Center
About the Program
On February 18, RAND will host a conference on the role of artificial intelligence in natural disaster prediction, resiliency enhancement, and recovery efforts. In addition to a keynote remark from Chip Kline of the Coastal Protection and Restoration Authority, U.S. and Japanese experts will offer insights drawn from numerous instances of disasters, including hurricanes Katrina (New Orleans, 2005) and Maria (Puerto Rico, 2017), the 2005 Kashmir earthquake, and the 2011 East Japan earthquake and tsunami.
General public, including high school, college, and graduate students, are welcome with RSVP.
Chief Resilience Officer
Office of the Governor: Coastal Activities
The Protection and Restoration of Coastal Communities
CEO and Co-Founder
Leveraging AI in the Wake of a Disaster
Jeffrey W. Hornung
U.S. and Japanese Natural Disasters: Where Would AI Have Been Most Helpful?
How AI Can Help Coastal Communities Prepare for Disaster: Lessons from Japan’s Experience
Senior Political Scientist