New project to prevent problems with acid sulphate soils using a mobile app

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The new HaSuRiski project draws up risk maps of acid sulphate soils in Finland. Within the project, a prototype for a mobile application will be developed. The app uses machine learning and artificial intelligence to model the risk maps and will help experts plan land use in high-risk areas.

Category: Press release

Prospects in telerehabilitation

Prospects in telerehabilitation

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Category: Research

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