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THE POST-SIGNAL / Desiray Seaux
The Crowley Rotary Club recently welcomed Ted Landry, Director of Acadia Parish Public Libraries. Landry discussed how the library has dealt with COVID-19.

Parish librarian: Staff has been creative during COVID-19 pandemic

CROWLEY - The many ways the COVID-19 pandemic impacted the parish library system and the methods staff used to cope with those issues were explained to members of the Rotary Club of Crowley recent

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University of Louisiana at Lafayette researchers are using artificial intelligence to more accurately – and quickly – forecast floods. They’ve created a data mining prototype that placed UL Lafayette – along with tech giant Google and the U.S. Department of Defense – among the top finishers in the Igniting Innovation Award competition. Dr. Emad Habib (left) and Dr. Robert Miller of the University’s Louisiana Watershed Flood Center are shown by the Vermilion River discussing water gauges. (Photo credit: Doug Dugas / University of Louisiana at Lafayette)

‘Smarter’ flood forecasting being developed

Researchers at the University of Louisiana at Lafayette are using artificial intelligence to more accurately – and quickly – forecast floods.
And they’re doing it well.

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