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Find out how artificial intelligence is used around the world to protect biodiversity
The Ocean Cleanup is using artificial intelligence algorithms to identify and remove plastics from natural environments before they harm wildlife. Contributor Laurent [...]
Marine predators are crucial components of marine food webs. To conserve these species it is necessary to understand how they respond to environmental challenges. Researchers from Macquarie [...]
The Cacophony Project, a New Zealand based organisation, is using the latest technology to lure, identify and eliminate invasive predators. This involved heat cameras, AI identification, sound [...]
Africa is losing its most at-risk species due to poaching. At the current rate, elephants and rhinos will be extinct in the next 10 years. The company [...]
Artificial intelligence is learning how to identify birdcalls, enabling scientists to discover the location and number of New Zealand endemic birds. Knowing where the birds are and [...]