Roger Knudson, Ph.D. is Professor Emeritus in the Department of Psychology at Miami University, Oxford, Ohio. Retired for 10 years, he devotes himself to climate activism. He currently serves as Chair of the Dallas Fort Worth Chapter of The Climate Reality Project.
Michael Linn describes himself as "having a passion for applying technology to solve our climate sustainability problems, and for championing children's causes". He has served on a number of public, private and Not-for-Profit Boards over the last 30 years. Michael earned his Bachelor's Degree in Economics, Government and Social Relations from Harvard University, and a Master's Degree in Business Administration from Harvard Business School.
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The Climate Reality Project is a non-profit organization involved in education and advocacy related to climate change. The Climate Reality Project was formed in July 2011 when the Alliance for Climate Protection and The Climate Project combined to create a single organization. Both organizations were founded by former Vice President Al Gore.
The Climate Reality Project is focused on climate change education and countering climate change denial campaigns worldwide.
"Artificial Intelligence" is demonstrated by computers and machines where programming allows the device to sense its environment and take actions (or make adjustments to pre-determined actions) to maximize the opportunity of successfully achieving a particular goal.
Examples of artificial intelligence in our environment are exhibited in the "Nest Learning Thermostat,"which special computer programming that "learns" how to save energy based on our behavior and day-to-day schedules. Today, environmental controls and other aspects of buildings are getting even better at increasing comfort, while reducing energy consumption.
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