27th CSTD side event: Panel Discussion on Data-Driven Services for Countries: Advancing Development Through Earth Intelligence

16 April 2024
13:30 - 14:30 hrs. Room XXII, Building E, Palais des Nations
, Switzerland

Scientific research's evolution hinges on advancements in data and AI, catalyzing transformative breakthroughs across crucial fields. The synergy between data-driven innovations and artificial intelligence promises to propel scientific progress into a new era of unprecedented discoveries. In Earth observations, AI emerges as a potent tool, extracting invaluable insights from vast datasets, enabling precise environmental monitoring, and enhancing disaster prediction. This fusion accelerates data analysis while offering fresh perspectives on understanding our planet's intricate systems, revolutionizing our approach to scientific inquiry.

This panel discussion featuring experts in the Earth observations realm will explore the integration of AI with Earth observations, with the objective of facilitating a robust dialogue on the potential of Earth intelligence in addressing key challenges faced by countries such as food security, heat resilience, and environmental monitoring. By sharing experiences and best practices, the event aims to inspire attendees to consider innovative approaches in leveraging Earth intelligence for sustainable development.

The intended outcome is to foster collaboration, spark new ideas, and equip participants with actionable insights to drive positive change in their respective countries.

The event is aimed at country representatives and experts who wish to explore innovative technologies and Earth data solutions for sustainable development. Prior to the event, there will be a brief lunch service from 13:00 to 13:20.

Group on Earth Observations Secretariat

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Ms. Sara Venturini, Chief of Member Services, GEO Secretariat

Ms. Tushara Maturi, Member Services Associate, GEO Secretariat