Last month’s COP27 conference on climate change called, among other things, for “a giant leap on climate ambition”. As we know, humans are not big on giant leaps to protect their planet. Perhaps it is time for non-humans to show the way.

The good news is artificial intelligence (AI) is making massive leaps in managing environmental risk. Combine that with a commitment from most major information technology companies to embrace sustainable manufacturing and operations, and the tech tools for tackling climate change should be ubiquitous...

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