FAQ: Learn to Fight Climate Change - Systemic Changes

This community-built FAQ covers the “Systemic Changes” exercise from the lesson “Learn to Fight Climate Change”.

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Learn to Fight Climate Change
Learn to Fight Climate Change

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Interesting course offering. I commend it.

The offering of this course seems juxtaposed with the course on CGPT, no?

Does the course discuss the negative environmental impacts of technologies like AI/CGPT and ever-growing LLMs and the metric tons of carbon that are emitted into the atmosphere from training these multi-million parameter models? See here for more on that.

From the article linked above:

Just something to consider that’s worth mentioning.