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Using Machine Learning To Identify Birdsongs
New Zealand scientists are teaching AI to identify birdcalls, enabling them to discover the location and number of endemic birds and better understand and conserve threatened species.
Monitoring Seal Behavior & Population Stability With Accelerometers
The Marine Predator Research Group is working to conserve marine food webs, by monitoring behavioral changes in seals over time and identifying major drivers behind population changes. They are using machine learning to automatically detect seal behaviors from accelerometers.
Identifying Invasive Predators In New Zealand
The Cacophony Project is developing a set of technologies to identify and eliminate positively identified invasive predators in order to protect native New Zealand bird species. They are employing techniques to lure invasive predators with sound and light, observing them using thermal cameras, and using machine learning to automatically identify predators.
Using Drones & AI To Identify Poachers On The Ground
Africa’s losing its most at-risk species to poachers. At the current rate, elephants and rhinos will be extinct in the next 10 years. 400ft is using AI and drones to identify wildlife and poachers on the ground – allowing rangers to respond faster and stay safe while doing so.