Technology giant Google is setting up a $4 million fund to support technology-driven projects building long-term resilience to bushfires and other crises.
Google Australia managing director Mel Silva said in a blog post that the new Crisis Response and Recovery fund will finance projects creating innovative technology focusing on artificial intelligence.
Google Australia interim head of communications Katrin Maurer said: “As core requirements for the fund, projects have to be focused on Australian crisis response (including prevention) and recovery, and digital technology should play an indispensable role in the project”.
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