Nov. 28, 2023, 10:18 p.m. |

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It can be mind-boggling thinking of the ways your internet usage emits carbon into the atmosphere. For example, streaming a Netflix show for one hour is like driving a gas car for one mile. Training an AI like ChatGPT uses an estimated 1.3 gigawatt hours — the amount of energy 120 U.S. homes use in a year (and that’s just what it took to train ChatGPT, not what it emits when you actually use it). A video call on …

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