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Superfast Microsoft AI is first to predict air pollution for the whole world

NOAA GEOS-East satellite image showing Hurricane Idalia, center, as it moves up the Gulf of Mexico and Hurricane Franklin, right, as it moves up the Eastern Seaboard of the Atlantic Ocean, August 29, 2023.

Weather forecasting is benefitting from the boom in artificial intelligence. Credit: NESDIS/STAR/NOAA/Alamy

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