Google and National Geographic Society team-up on nature conservation using geospatial technologies

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Google and the National Geographic Society announced a major tie-up at the annual Geo for Good Summit 2018 in Sunnyvale, California. The partnership strives to make everyone understand how technologies like AI and geospatial can be used to conserve the nature. They are working on key Google Earth data layers and stories focused on biodiversity, animal migrations and the impacts of climate change. The two organizations will build a dynamic, 4D digital version of the Earth’s natural ecosystems. This digital representation will help users and decision makers to monitor and make better decision to protect the planet.

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