International Journal For Multidisciplinary Research

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A Comparative Study on How AI is Partnering with Nature for a Sustainable Future.

Author(s) Rehmah Ahmed Batki, Hasan Phudinawala
Country India
Abstract Mounting ecological and socio-economic challenges demand a paradigm shift to sustainability. Artificial intelligence (AI) becomes a powerful means to pursue this objective; it establishes a “Symbiotic Synergy” with nature’s complex networks. This study attempts to investigate the SDGs using AI as a transformative tool, the sustainability of AI and its socio-economic impact. The research applies a multimethod approach, using surveys, case studies and categorizations to determine how AI is helping achieve the SGDs in harmony with nature.
Key applications of AI in important domains are covered including agriculture and sanitation, renewable energy sector, hydrogen energy sector and the impact that AI is having leading to the future sustainable cities. Case studies and real-world examples demonstrate the effectiveness of AI technologies in forecasting energy demand, improving power dispatchment, and boosting performance within renewable resources. This study is a guide to the harnessing of AI potential for meeting SDGs, which leads us into an era where humans will attain great heights with cooperation between technology and nature.
Keywords Sustainable AI, Symbiotic Synergy, AI for SDGs, Sector Applications
Field Computer > Artificial Intelligence / Simulation / Virtual Reality
Published In Volume 6, Issue 3, May-June 2024
Published On 2024-05-07
Cite This A Comparative Study on How AI is Partnering with Nature for a Sustainable Future. - Rehmah Ahmed Batki, Hasan Phudinawala - IJFMR Volume 6, Issue 3, May-June 2024. DOI 10.36948/ijfmr.2024.v06i03.19193
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