Graphic about GeoAI and the various components of this concept. Illustration from the scientific publication.

What is GeoAI – and how can it help making exact science from something as inexact and complex as water flow in the environment?

In the opening words of their latest publication, the fluvial and hydrological scientists from University of Turku, University of Oulu and the Finnish Environment Institute lay out how mysterious flowing water is, and how challenging it has been doing exact science on it before the computer revolution started: “Hydrology and fluvial research are inexact fields of science, with a large extent of epistemic uncertainty and limited knowledge about the system’s complexity, structure, and functioning”.

However, things are changing fast. Read the whole story in our LinkedIn, and download the open access publication.

Gonzales-Inca, C., Calle, M., Croghan, D., Torabi Haghighi, A., Marttila, H., Silander, J., Alho, P., 2022. Geospatial Artificial Intelligence (GeoAI) in the Integrated Hydrological and Fluvial Systems Modeling: Review of Current Applications and Trends. Water 14, 2211.