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Powered by artificial intelligence, a new app called Fin Finder enables customs inspectors to take a photo of a shark or ray fin and identify it within seconds. Developed by Conservation International in partnership with Singapore’s National Parks Board, and supported by Microsoft and other partners, this app could help governments confiscate illegal animal parts that are hidden in plain sight.
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|Are you heading to Hawai'i for the IUCN World Cons||Are you heading to Hawai'i for the IUCN World Conservation Congress?||Sat, 27/08/2016 - 13:34|
|Presenting at the IUCN Congress? Share your event||Presenting at the IUCN Congress? Share your event details||Sat, 27/08/2016 - 13:19|
|Download our handy guide for the tech sessions at||Download our handy guide for the tech sessions at WCC||Sat, 27/08/2016 - 13:17|