How machine learning is helping predict earthquake damage
As a teen in Kashmir, Ahmad Wani survived a devastating earthquake, and the experience inspired him to become a structural engineer. While pursuing his master's at Stanford, he teamed up with two other grad students, Nicole Hu and Tim Frank, on a project that applied machine learning to historical earthquake data, creating precise predictions of future damage that could guide emergency response.
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