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Devastation: Artificial intelligence shows what Chile will look like in 2100 due to climate change



Using the DALL-E artificial intelligence system, engineers at the Pontificia Universidad Católica created a picture of what five Chilean cities would look like in 2100 if no action was taken to curb climate change. created. Pictures of Valparaíso, Torres del Paine, Viña del Mar, La Serena and Iquique look bleak, but British researchers say the future cannot be predicted.

Through artificial intelligence, engineers at the Pontifical Catholic University “What will (name of the city) look like in Chile in 2100 in the face of the effects of climate change?”.

Using the DALL-E system, experts have created images of various destinations around the world, especially tourist sites, to see what they would look like if no steps were taken to curb climate change. showed.

Valparaiso, Torres del Paine, Viña del Mar, La Serena, Iquique It was the site of choice in Chile, giving off a desolate landscape.

The results come from all the information you can find on the web about the city. As I said in detail, the more data a photo has, the better.


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Torres del Paine

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Viña del Mar

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Artificial Intelligence: Are Images Real?

Yet no model yet can predict what Chile will look like in 100 years.

in a conversation with ThirdClutton-Brock, co-founder of the UK Climate Center for Artificial Intelligence, said AI imagery: It may help prevent it, but it doesn’t give you a glimpse into the future.

“The imagery produced by DALL-E is not based on robust scientific models, so the climate impact imagery produced by DALL-E should not be considered an accurate prediction of future climate impacts.” is shown.

Source: Biobiochile

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