How AI Could Be the Answer to A Climate Apocalypse


Reimagining the world and learning from it; that’s what today’s artificial intelligence advancements will allow us to do, from figuring out how to avoid disastrous wildfires and introducing carbon-mitigating ‘nature tech’ to reinventing mining so it works for us, rather than against us. 

AI can build digital twins of real-word assets, providing invaluable intelligence not only enriching our world of natural resources, but saving it, in the end. 

That’s what Genesis AI Corp is working on right now, and it’s a market space that, when all aspects are combined, is worth over $80 billion right now, and its value is compounding by the minute. 

Genesis AI Corp (CSE: AIG; OTC: AIGFF) is a remote sensing and analysis company that is acquiring large data sets and using AI to process them into risk mitigation tools for forestry and mining, while developing novel carbon, fire risk and recovery and urban planning modules. 

5 Huge Markets Worth >$80 billion in 2023

#1 The Value of Predicting & Preventing Wildfires

So far this year alone, the United States has been devasted by 50,000 wildfires, burning 8.5 million acres of land. Canada isn’t immune, either, watching 7.4 million acres of land burn . And the worst is yet to come…  

Climate change is a key factor in the increasing risk and scale of North American wildfires, which are affected by temperature, soil moisture, and the trees and shrubs that fuel them. “Climate change enhances the drying of organic matter in forests (the material that burns and spreads wildfire),” according to the Center for Client and Energy Solutions.

In general, climate change is creating warmer and drier conditions, while more drought and longer fire seasons are exponentially intensifying the risk of wildfire. An average annual increase in temperature of 1 degree Celsius can increase the burn area by up to 600%, based on recently modeling. Even if people—not nature—cause wildfires, warmer temperatures and drier conditions affect their spread. Land use and forest mismanagement compound the problems caused by climate change—with all three factors expected to further increase wildfire risk in the future. 

Evidence indicates that the average fire events in some regions of the U.S. have quadrupled in size and tripled in frequency over the past two decades. 

A new breed of AI advancements offers us early detection so we can more effectively deploy resources to control wildfires. 

Genesis AI Corp (CSE: AIG; OTC: AIGFF) is developing to better manage natural resources through the building of digital twins of real-world forests that can be studied and manipulated for our benefit. Influenced by deep machine learning, neural networks and artificial intelligence, the applications of this advanced technology are far and wide. From carbon offsetting – and forest and land management – to wildfire protection.

It’s intelligence-gathering that can help reset our biological assets and serve as the front-line in the war against climate change. 

What if we could control what happens in our forests? 

Genesis AI Corp (CSE: AIG; OTC: AIGFF) is being developed to do just that. It will help predict forest fire behavior, speed up response times and build more resilient forests by providing the intelligence that can help change the way these lands are managed.

This intelligence won’t just mitigate fires, it will help mitigate the risk of fire itself, through the aggregation of all factors that contribute to the fire triangle: heat, fuel and oxygen, and using these factors to feed predictive analysis that can help monitor and maintain biological natural resources.

The Canadian government has committed $256 million to help solve the devastating wildfire problem, and the U.S. government is investing $7 billion to manage the escalating wildfire crisis

Without the advanced technology of groups like Genesis, the cost of efforts to mitigate wildfires is prohibitive. Homeowners certainly do not have enough capital to deploy to mitigate this risk. Even governments find it an impossible price tag. Consider that the California government analysis calculated suppression costs for California’s 17 largest wildfires in 2018 to be nearly $1 billion but estimated that the damage totaled $149 billion, including destroyed and damaged buildings and infrastructure, health costs, and economic losses. Genesis AI Corp’s (CSE: AIG; OTC: AIGFF) technology aims to solve this problem, working with insurance companies and all levels of government, from federal to city, to local / municipal. 

Genesis Ai’s Fire and Recovery Module has three components. First, its pre-fire component assess fire risk in forests by tracking weather and moisture, and providing guidance on maximizing capital input. It also measures the effectiveness of government programs. The second component is deployed during a fire, using real-time sensors and inputs. The final component is post-fire, using Ai and machine learning to determine the best allocation of capital for restoration and planting performance, as well as further land management risk assessment. 

Genesis is developing data sets and layering proprietary training models over the top of data. They’ve already acquired immense data sets on forestry and wildfires, as well as the characteristics of a forest that lead to wildfires. In the end, what they have is a ground-breaking AI solution in—and they’re gunning for a sizable share of the $7 billion the U.S. is spending, along with the hundreds of millions the Canadian government has already earmarked for fire mitigation. 

#2 How Groundbreaking AI is solving the Growing Wildfire Epidemic and Revolutionizing the Precision Forestry Industry

Bloomberg expects the precision forestry industry to top $6 billion next year already. 

McKinsey calls it a “revolution in the woods”. 

Genesis AI Corp (CSE: AIG; OTC: AIGFF) calls it one of the most profitable applications of AI now, and for the coming decades.

While forestry has found itself dragging its heels on AI adoption compared to other industries, Genesis Ai Corp is on the front line of a new brand of forestry. AI has worked so far, according to McKinsey, to increase agricultural productivity rates by as much as 25% annually, and it can do the same for forestry. The return on investment for functioning AI in this space is massive. The gains can be enormous. McKinsey compares them to the gains in agriculture from the Green Revolution of the 1960s. 

Our current forestry management processes are based on a system that is 300 years old, and “processes are highly manual and analog, with ‘broad-brush’ management prescriptions,” McKinsey says. There is almost no corporate involvement, and public and private owners fail to “to balance diverse objectives for commercial performance with social and environmental goals”. 

It’s time for a major disruption, and much is at stake, with the economic value of industrial wood alone at $200 billion. 

AI will revolutionize forestry by lowering delivered costs for wood and increasing wood yields, which in turn relieves pressure on forests, restoring an ecological balance.

For customers, this predictive technology can be money in the bank. 

Genesis AI Corp’s (CSE: AIG; OTC: AIGFF) Forest Inventory and Cruise Module targets conventional forest owners and forest products companies. It seeks to displace inventory methods with a superior end-product at a lower cost. It will also give the user the ability to model other use cases, from road maintenance databases and detailed financial inventory models to much more accurate predictions on extractive levels, factoring in carbon stocks. It can tell users the cost to harvest, and the amount of money delivered to the market. It can estimate restocking timelines and create a true valuation of forest assets. It can model alternative forest management scenarios; and it can model CO2 sequestration performance and provide on-going validation of a forest’s integrity and carbon offset capacity.

#3 The AI That Could Completely Change the Carbon Offset Market

Carbon offset has a huge problem: No one can verify the claims.

The carbon offset market quadrupled in 2021, year-on-year, to $2 billion. By 2050, Morgan Stanley says the voluntary carbon-offset market is expected to grow 100x to around $250 billion.

But it’s lacking in integrity. It has been very difficult to prove that an offset project is benefiting the environment in a sustaining manner. Forests that were protected by carbon offsets have since burned down, releasing all the carbon captured by the trees, rendering the offset null and void.

What Genesis AI (CSE: AIG; OTC: AIGFF) offers is not only a way to actually measure and legitimize carbon offset projects, but a more holistic approach that also helps prevent wildfires that could reverse any carbon offsets. 

“Trees are the lungs of the world, but we need better tech to ensure the integrity of these projects,” says Genesis project director Brent Tolmie. “Various carbon projects don’t deliver as advertised. We can verify claims with our digital technology.”

Genesis AI (CSE: AIG; OTC: AIGFF) advanced technology uses remote sensing to accurately predict the carbon value of a project, with authenticity, integrity, and transparency.

Not all carbon credits are created equal, and the market for this is consumed by waste, fraud, and abuse, which are the growing pains of a new commodity. Little by little, the bad actors are being weeded out. Now, when companies need to buy carbon assets, they want it to be trustworthy, credible, and reliable. Genesis Ai deploys remote sensing to detect carbon offsets. The more you protect your trees, the better the carbon offset, and to benefit maximally, you must know just how much carbon dioxide the forest is secreting.

Genesis AI Corp’s (CSE: AIG; OTC: AIGFF) Carbon Module, for use in the carbon offset and analysis sector, will automate the standards so that estimates are derived from basic inputs. It also automates the process for developing a carbon offset per individual protocol, providing the user with a pathway to full certification and revenue generation. Further, it can digitally twin a forest for MRV (measurement, recording, and verification), and create training models for forestry types. 

#4 Geospatial Artificial Intelligence for Mining & Disaster Management

Genesis AI Corp’s(CSE: AIG; OTC: AIGFF) advance machine-learning technology is a Software as a Service (SaaS) offering that goes far beyond carbon offsets credibility, precision forestry and mitigating wildfires. It’s also positioned to potentially present a huge advantage to the mining and agriculture industries. The high-tech company’s natural resources module gets beyond the trees and into the soil in a big data boost for extraction and agriculture. 

In mining, geospatial data analytics saves time and money in exploration and extraction allowing Companies to more easily peer into the earth and providing critical insight into location, geological characteristics and other crucial elements that can make or break multi-million-dollar drilling campaigns. 

In agriculture, it’s essential tracking the movements of livestock, identifying vegetation levels, determining required amounts of seed, nutrients, and fertilizers, and more efficiently planning and mapping out production.

The Mining Module, called GeoHarmony, being developed by Genesis Ai has proprietary applications, creating heat maps for high-value mineral zones crucial to our energy transition. The tech aggregates big data in hot zones, with metadata search functionality. It seeks to offer real-time analytics for drill teams and geologists to improve capital efficiency with a suite of advanced interpretation tools, including enhanced computer vision.  

With expenditures in excess of CAD $3.7B being spent on exploration and deposit appraisal in Canada alone, Genesis Ai Corp is positioning to capitalize in this market while boosting the efficiency of spend in a critical sector.

#5 AI’s Total Disruption of Urban Planning

Genesis AI Corp (CSE: AIG; OTC: AIGFF) is upending the way we tackle urban planning, making more sustainable and livable cities possible. It’s our first chance at making cities truly smart, and the transformative capabilities of AI in this field of urban planning software made it worth over $145 billion in 2021.

Machine-learning algorithms, among many other things, can analyze traffic patterns and offer new solutions to reduce congestion, thereby reducing emissions. It can identify areas at risk of flooding, as well, much like it can help mitigate wildfires. AI means increased efficiency, more reliable data analysis, automated decision-making, and streamlined problem-solving—for the benefit of business, society, and the environment simultaneously.

Genesis Ai’s Urban Planning Module is about biological asset deployment and protection for cities and towns. In this module, cities are heat-mapped, biological assets are catalogued, and measures are determined for cooling cities via natural means. Carbon footprints are assessed. Traffic patterns are studied, animal migration and invasive species are analyzed, and the efficacy of various landscaping is mapped out. 

The Holistic, High-Margin Approach

Genesis AI Corp (CSE: AIG; OTC: AIGFF) is all about unifying specialized AI and machine-learning solutions for the holistic management of North America’s ecosystem, and the Canada-based company has a singular advantage: While competitors are looking at basic forestry and the surface of carbon offsets, Genesis is building a powerful AI model ( that combines AI and deep-tech to dig way under the surface.

This is the height of AI optimization for precision forestry, wildfire prevention, agriculture, mining, and urban planning. The models are phenomenally detailed and highly intense. This goes far beyond basic remote sensing. Genesis Ai describes itself as “sensor agnostic” because it customizes a machine-learning platform for every need and every eventuality.

The team behind Genesis Ai is a unique collective with decades of experience in forestry management, energy, high-tech and M&A. 

Genesis Project Director Michael ‘Brent’ Tolmie is a 25-year forestry veteran, with a background in forestry management, infrastructure planning, agricultural development and M&A, with a track record of multi-million-dollar contracts for billion-dollar projects. He has worked closely with indigenous groups in Western Canada to develop sustainable residential communities and scalable solutions for new forests. Genesis CTO Geoff Fawkes is a 25-year tech executive who is leading the development of the groundbreaking solution for modeling forestry digital twins at Carbonethic. He also played a key role in the 2021 go-public exit of BuildDirect, transforming the company’s tech stack and global software engineering team. 

Genesis AI Corp (CSE: AIG; OTC: AIGFF) is targeting high margins because the prospective clientele is wildly broad and diverse, and the combined value of all the markets in play here is estimated at over $80 billion. 

Governments and landowners are a key target audience, given the sizable financial commitments from Canada and the U.S. to prevent wildfires and ensure precision forestry. Fire management officials and forestry companies are also key potential buyers, along with the agriculture industry, commodities traders, financial investors, and funds. Carbon project developers need this Ai for digital twining, carbon accounting and carbon sequestration data in order to attract institutional investors who have become disillusioned with carbon offset fraud and abuse. 

That’s an endless market, for an Ai/machine-learning development with endless solutions. 


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