'This is a public safety issue': AI mapping lays bare torrent of UK disruption from floods

Michael Holder
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Aerial drone photo of the town of Allerton Bywater near Castleford in Leeds West Yorkshire | Credit: iStock
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Aerial drone photo of the town of Allerton Bywater near Castleford in Leeds West Yorkshire | Credit: iStock

AI mapping of flooding incidents across UK since 2007 lays bare worrying lack of resilience in face of heavy rainfall

Flooding has inflicted major damage and disruption to businesses, communities, infrastructure, hospitals, and schools across the UK over the past 14 years, according to a fresh analysis today that has...

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