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news and notes state universities in Arizona and New York, and Artificial Intelligence Systems commercial firms. Evaluated Northeastern Colorado was selected as the study Forecasts of severe weather over northeastern Colo- site because of numerous severe convective weather rado which rely on artificial intelligence systems will investigations done there during the past several years be evaluated this summer in a study sponsored by by NOAA's Environmental Research Laboratories in the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administra- Boulder. tion (NOAA). In those investigations extensive verification and Six existing artificial intelligence systems will be evaluation of weather forecasts was done. This sum- used to produce afternoon forecasts from mid-May mer's study will take advantage of that experience in into August, and their output will be compared to verifying the artificial intelligence systems' forecasts. one another and to actual weather events, according In addition, knowledge gained from the earlier studies to William R. Moninger of NOAA's Forecast Systems is being used to "tune" the systems for northeastern Laboratory in Boulder, Colorado. Colorado weather. The computer-generated forecasts will not be dis- NOAA already is using an artificial intelligence seminated to the public, nor will they be compared system to assist personnel at its Space Environment to forecasts http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society

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state universities in Arizona and New York, and Artificial Intelligence Systems commercial firms. Evaluated Northeastern Colorado was selected as the study Forecasts of severe weather over northeastern Colo- site because of numerous severe convective weather rado which rely on artificial intelligence systems will investigations done there during the past several years be evaluated this summer in a study sponsored by by NOAA's Environmental Research Laboratories in the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administra- Boulder. tion (NOAA). In those investigations extensive verification and Six existing artificial intelligence systems will be evaluation of weather forecasts was done. This sum- used to produce afternoon forecasts from mid-May mer's study will take advantage of that experience in into August, and their output will be compared to verifying the artificial intelligence systems' forecasts. one another and to actual weather events, according In addition, knowledge gained from the earlier studies to William R. Moninger of NOAA's Forecast Systems is being used to "tune" the systems for northeastern Laboratory in Boulder, Colorado. Colorado weather. The computer-generated forecasts will not be dis- NOAA already is using an artificial intelligence seminated to the public, nor will they be compared system to assist personnel at its Space Environment to forecasts

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