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Capture over 400x C02 as trees with AI and Python

Episode #250, published Sat, Feb 8, 2020, recorded Tue, Jan 21, 2020

As the popularity of Python grows, we see it popping up in all sorts of interesting places and projects. On this episode, you'll meet C.K. Sample and Nathan Papapietro from HyperGiant. They are using Python and AI to develop the EOS Bioreactor.

This is a fridge sized box containing water and algae which sequesters a huge amount of C02, as much as 400x as much as an acre of trees.

Let's dive into how they are using Python for this cutting-edge project.

Links from the show

C.K. on Twitter: @cksample
HyperGiant on Twitter: @hypergiant
EOS Bioreactor: hypergiant.com/green
HyperGiant: hypergiant.com
Careers at HyperGiant: hypergiant.com/careers
Short video on the bioreactor: nowthisnews.com
Episode transcripts: talkpython.fm

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