The function of artificial intelligence in catastrophe risk management is to direct emergency resources. As a result, they are deployed more efficiently and effectively. Furthermore, AI-based technologies may be used to forecast the route of a natural disaster.
On May 25, 2023, one of the leading publishers, Scientific Research (scirp.org), published in their journal Open Journal of Applied Sciences a research article titled “The Use of Artificial Intelligence for Disasters, authored by Asma Salman Alruqi and Mehmet Sabih Aksoy.
Due to an increase in the number of extreme weather occurrences in recent years, there has grown an urgent need to apply artificial intelligence in their management. Disaster management is required to address and avoid such catastrophes. Artificial intelligence is widely utilized in disaster predictions and preparation, as well as damage mitigation and mitigation, and in the reaction phase to successfully aid in better and more quicker disaster response. This paper investigates the possibility of linking artificial intelligence technologies based on information and communication technology and reducing the effects of disasters in order to identify the uses of artificial intelligence technologies in reducing the impact of various disasters. We end the study by discussing the issues that artificial intelligence technology face.
Natural disasters, as we know, are a mix of natural hazards and vulnerabilities that harm vulnerable communities who are unable to handle the adversities that result from them.
Artificial intelligence (AI) is a branch of computer science that develops programmed that can replicate human behavior in terms of perceptual, theoretical, auditory, and sensory modalities. In other words, AI is a discipline of computer science that develops intelligent machines capable of emulating, extending, and enhancing human intelligence using artificial methods and procedures.
AI has arisen in the realm of disaster management, where it plays a key role in disaster prevention and management, from anticipating severe occurrences and developing hazard maps to detecting events in real-time and making necessary judgements quickly.
Artificial intelligence is now widely employed in agriculture, business, education, and the service industries. Artificial intelligence has entered its golden era.
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