How the Met Office uses artificial intelligence to predict the weather

Stuart Sumner
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Charles Ewen, CIO, The Met Office
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Charles Ewen, CIO, The Met Office

The Met Office is one of the UK's biggest users of supercomputing - all geared towards forecasting weather in the UK and around the world

The Met Office is a world-leading organisation in weather and climate prediction. Its mission is to protect property and life through the operational delivery of products and services which rely on cutting...

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