Hi all, our team in the EU is interested in putting together a synthesis paper on the availabie technologies that are out there that can be used by customs officials to better identify wildlife products in real time. Whether this is a phone / app based technology or an online-base web scraper... (read more)
Wild Me (wildme.org) is looking to retain a UI/UX Machine Learning Engineer to help translate advanced ML into beautiful interfaces for use by wildlife biologists. This position is based in Portland, Oregon USA and will be filled in conjunction with h2o.ai, the open source leader in ML. A link... (read more)
Wild Me (wildme.org) is looking to hire a second, Masters or PhD-level Senior Computer Vision Engineer to focus on individual ID of wildlife using machine learning in the Wildbook project (wildbook.org). This position is based in Portland, Oregon USA and will be filled in conjunction with h2o.ai... (read more)
Adding my 2 cents here... and I'm being generous with the value of my comment, maybe just 1 cent... AI should be able to help a lot with the recognition tasks. Edge Computing AI, done in the camera module might have to be custom developed for the application, but if you have the AI folks... (read more)
Wildme is spot on in providing this capability Open Source!
What I would like to see and contribute to is the next step in technology where the recognition models move from the cloud back to the edge (low power / low cost camera devices), so we can do more in real time and remote areas... (read more)
Artificial intelligence & Machine Learning Algorithms are transforming data analysis, but little is known about how they can support conservation practices and outcomes. A game-changer?
The explosion of machine learning (ML) methods across all areas of... (read more)
Hi. I'm moving a topic to this thread from the camera trap thread since it's more relevant here.
Discussion with Alasdair for context:
"Lastly - Hackerfarm. Lovely write up of the AudioMoth recently. I am Alasdair from Arribada (we manufactuer the AudioMoth using GroupGets for... (read more)
Great article, thank you! I mostly work with responsible AI in other contexts, at Doteveryone.org.uk and the Trust & Technology Initiative at the University of Cambridge, so don't have much to offer here, although I am very interested in the topic. I appreciate your... (read more)