Google AI Blog: A Neural Weather Model for Eight-Hour Precipitation Forecasting

Google AI Blog: A Neural Weather Model for Eight-Hour Precipitation Forecasting

Posted by Nal Kalchbrenner and Casper Sønderby, Research Scientists, Google Research, Amsterdam Predicting weather from minutes to weeks...

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Date: 2020/03/25 17:20

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@NalKalchbrenner Can deep nets make detailed weather forecasts on par or better than physical systems? Announcing #MetNet, our #NeuralWeatherModel: Post: t.co/LWfOOD3xx1 Paper: t.co/jBmN9zRT7f Highlights thread 1/ t.co/7zFadpwCer
@lak_gcp Ten years ago, this would be wishful thinking ... now, my @googleai colleagues have done it! We have successfully built a neural network that predicts rainfall 8 hrs in advance. At 1km res. In minutes. More accurately than HRRR! t.co/r0v3OQujdS via @googleai
@dwhitena My first job in computing was benchmarking climate models at @NCAR_CISL as an intern. Interesting to see neural models impacting that field of research. MetNet from @GoogleAI: t.co/j51utIFjlV t.co/Uw1cNBbphA

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