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How AI and satellites could help predict volcanic eruptions

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Nature 567, 156-157 (2019)


Updates & Corrections

  • Correction 07 March 2019: Pui Anantrasirichai's work training a neural network on simulated eruption data roughly doubled the algorithm's precision, not its accuracy.


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