Climate Change Impact Filter
April 2021 | By Sey Min in collaboration with Google Arts & Culture Lab
An interactive machine learning experiment that visualises what we might lose and what will remain as temperatures rise
With global temperatures rising, what will we lose and what will remain?
Artist Sey Min has created an impact filter for you to explore & discover what we might lose as temperatures rise.
She has has trained a machine learning model on thousands of Google Search images, clustering by the type of species.
As you increase the temperature, discover what happens to 62 different animal species - and reveal the new anthropocene species, or waste, we leave.
Scientific validation: The Integrated Science Lab (Seoul),
The artist interpreted the data from The UN’s IPCC Reports, The Integrated Science Lab (Seoul), IUCN - International Union for Conservation of Nature, WWF
Team: Clare Brooks