Using AI to help after Hurricane Michael
The aftermath of a hurricane is a disorienting time for families and businesses alike. Given the strong links between rising sea surface temperatures in the Atlantic and hurricane frequency and power.
CrowdAI recognizes the heartbreaking damage, including both the loss of human life and damage to physical infrastructure, caused by Hurricane Ida and extends our heartfelt condolences to all those impacted.
As a part of our ongoing commitment to support humanitarian aid and disaster response efforts, CrowdAI is now open-sourcing our Hurricane Ida data for anyone to use under a Creative Commons license. This data was generated by CrowdAI, Inc. using a proprietary multiclass image segmentation model. The model was trained to detect wind damage to buildings in aerial imagery according to FEMA’s Geospatial Damage Assessment Guidelines, updated September 2020. Each individual detected building is labeled with a pin/dot representing the geolocation of the structure, with the model’s assessment of the structure inserted as metadata for that pin.
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