Global Warming: The App | Sarvesh Subramanian | TEDxClearBrookHighSchool

Clear Brook sophomore Sarvesh Subramanian spent his summer and the first semester of his school year visualizing a more efficient and more accurate way to predict climate change. As an Indian-American with roots in the state of Kerala, he witnessed his home ravaged by the worst flooding in human history as a result of climate change. He then took action in the best way he knew. A life-long computer geek and kid with a penchant for research, he spent months figuring out how to write a neural network. In his presentation, Sarvesh discusses the end results of his endeavors and the importance of his research to both the scientific community and the world as a whole. Sarvesh Subramanian is a 16-year-old sophomore at Clear Brook High School, involved in many extracurricular and academic activities around the school. To satisfy his scientific side, he is involved in Science Fair and the Computer Science Team and is accelerated in his math courses. As a kid who always talked too much, Sarvesh took to debate in high school, and spends a lot of his weekends arguing with other like-minded teens. He is also involved in Model UN and JSA, two political clubs that allow him to express his opinions academically. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at

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