Who is Responsible for Climate Change? — A Graphical Approach

Who is Responsible for Climate Change? — A Graphical Approach.


Author(s): Prashant Mudgal

Originally published on Towards AI.

A Data-driven approach to the global warming issue

So, here I was, minding my own business and teaching myself the basics of quantum computing when I enrolled in IBM’s global quantum summer school this August, it’s an intensive course, so one has to really immerse oneself to understand the basics, I was reading various blogs and articles written on the relevant articles by many people, and that’s when I stumbled upon one guy whose repository was quite rich in not only quantum related articles but also contained articles on philosophy, spirituality, and a few other topics that weren’t that evolved in my opinion but one that caught my… Read the full blog for free on Medium.

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