Bioacoustic monitoring is one of our biggest and most active groups, with members collecting and analysing acoustic data from every type of wildlife, from birds and bats to big cats, and even reptiles!
Five articles that include conservation tech published at Mongabay
Bringing together many of our community's tech types like bioacoustics, biologging, drones, remote sensing, machine learning, and more, the Marine Conservation group is a meeting point to begin innovative collaborations and answer difficult questions.
First known baited underwater video match of an individual white shark, based on facial scars and other unique features
White shark undertakes 1,100-mile (1800-km) transboundary swim from South Africa to Mozambique
Artificial intelligence is increasingly being used in the field to analyse information collected by wildlife conservationists, from camera trap and satellite images to audio recordings. AI can learn how to identify which photos out of thousands contain rare species; or pinpoint an animal call out of hours of field recordings - hugely reducing the manual labour required to collect vital conservation data.
This essay is the third in a series on the promise and challenges of using AI and machine learning to create a planetary environmental management system.
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