Evening Edition: Using Artificial Intelligence To Predict Wildfires

The West Coast of the United States is suffering from a historically devastating fire season with more than eighty fires raging across thirteen states. New technology is being used to link information from government agencies in order to predict and track natural disasters like wildfires and hurricanes. FOX’s Trey Yingst speaks with Raj Tumuluri, the President of Openstream.AI, who’s describes how his company uses the technology to predict natural disasters and try to mitigate the damage caused by them.