Machine learning supporting ecology

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Machine learning supporting ecology

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  • We live an age full of data. In all areas of society, digital data is now abundant, but also unstructured and pretty much unexploited. Animal ecology is no exception. The last years have seen an increase of use of digital sensing to observe and understand changes in biodiversity. This AI for Good GeoAI webinar will present some success stories at the interface of machine learning and conservation, where camera traps and drone data are used to support sensing, population estimation and general understanding of animal behaviour. It will discuss a number of points of synergetic action necessary to strengthen such interface, a necessary step to jointly tackling the biodiversity crisis in the animal realm. 


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