Wildlife.ai is a charitable trust based in New Plymouth, New Zealand.
Artificial intelligence is going to be one of the most important technological advances in human history. However, the application of data-driven algorithms for wildlife conservation is currently limited due to insufficient guidance, scarce multidisciplinary collaborations and lack of general support.
To ensure artificial intelligence is widely applied to protect biodiversity.
Support community groups, conservation managers and researchers to use artificial intelligence in ways that maximise their wildlife conservation efforts.
Educate about the applications and benefits of using artificial intelligence to protect species worldwide.
Support conservation practitioners and researchers to increase their efficiency in the collection, management and analysis of data.
Develop open access educational resources about digital technologies, native biodiversity and wildlife conservation.