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Contextualizing Climate Change Solutions Through the Deployment of Cooperative Artificial Intelligence (AI) Agents
  • Ignatius Ogbaga ,
  • Ezeanya Christiana
Ignatius Ogbaga
Ebonyi State University Abakaliki

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Abstract

Climate change presents one of the most significant challenges facing humanity in the 21st century. Mitigating its impacts and developing sustainable solutions requires a multidisciplinary approach that leverages advanced technologies. This paper proposed the deployment of cooperative Artificial Intelligence (AI) agents as a viable strategy for contextualizing solutions to climate change. Firstly, it explored the use of AI agents in analyzing climate data, predicting future trends, and informing decision-making processes. This data-driven approach can help policymakers, scientists, and stakeholders to better understand the complex dynamics of climate change and design effective mitigation and adaptation strategies. This research also addressed ethical considerations associated with the deployment of AI agents in climate change contexts. It emphasized the importance of transparent and accountable AI systems, ensuring that their decisions align with human values and priorities. Additionally, it discussed the need for interdisciplinary collaboration to guide the development and deployment of AI agents, fostering inclusivity, fairness, and equitable access to AI technologies. Finally, this paper highlighted the potential of cooperative AI agents as a powerful tool for contextualizing solutions to climate change. By harnessing their analytical capabilities, adaptability, and collaboration potential, these agents can facilitate evidence-based decision-making, optimize resource management, and support the transition to a sustainable future. However, it also emphasizes the importance of addressing ethical concerns and fostering responsible AI development to ensure that AI agents serve as enablers rather than substitutes for human judgment and action.