IBM to invest in technologies to predict floods, cyclones in India
IBM managing director for India, Karan Bajwa, said in the last two decades, 2.5 billion people have been directly affected by the nature's fury, resulting in economic impact of nearly USD 1.5 trillion. The company plans to hold road shows in Delhi, Mumbai, Bangalore and Hyderabad in the coming months to promote the initiative, the spokesperson said.
IBM today said it will invest in technologies to predict natural disasters like floods and cyclones in India, as part of a USD 30-million global programme aimed at disaster relief. Image source: Reuters