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01/04 9:10 am

Environmental groups, along with governmental authorities in Texas, are now probing the big data and artificial intelligence powers of Ceres AI.

“This tool is amazing! We are seeing information we’ve never seen before.”—Anonymous

Ceres AI was created in 2018 by Jed Anderson, a former environmental attorney with Baker Botts and Vinson & Elkins. “Initially I was just looking for a quicker way to review agency files”, said Anderson. “We created a database and applied some basic Natural Language Processing (NLP) at first. The result was that some of our research projects went from 10 hours to less than 2 seconds. We knew we had something. The product then morphed into Ceres AI. Since then we’ve added terabytes of new data, new artificial intelligence tools, and built Ceres in a way such that it’s powers are now largely expanding on their own.”

For more information on Ceres AI, see www.enviro.ai or contact Ceres AI at 1-888-668-6620 or ceres@enviro.ai.

07/22 9:42 am
July 22, 2019 – Houston, Texas

Artificial intelligence has come to Texas on environmental matters.

Ceres Environmental A.I. is a suite of powerful new A.I. tools designed to help companies,

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03/20 2:49 pm

Anderson says Texans will no longer be held responsible for offsetting billions of dollars in foreign pollution impacts under his TCEQ chairmanship

(Houston) – March 20, 2018 – Letter

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02/27 3:45 pm

Jed Anderson says . . . “I’m running”

(Houston, February 27, 2018)

Capitol-watchers and the American-Statesman apparently were confused when I ran for this position back in June.
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02/16 7:01 am

How Environmental Regulation is Growing Despite President Trump’s Efforts

(Houston) – February 16, 2018 – Letter from the Editor

Environmental requirements are growing.  President Trump

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