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- We’re hosting a workshop about #opensource #tech4wildlife - we’re keen to hear your experiences and ideas about the role open source could play in supporting broader participation in both developing and deploying #tech4wildlife. Come join us! #iccb2019pic.twitter.com/tn2Mijivle - 22 July 2019, 4:25 am
- Read the full paper: Human Bycatch: Conservation Surveillance and the Social Implications of Camera Traps. #tech4wildlife #iccb2019 @csandbrook http://www.conservationandsociety.org/article.asp?issn=0972-4923;year=2018;volume=16;issue=4;spage=493;epage=504;aulast=Sandbrook … - 22 July 2019, 4:07 am
- Chris Sandbrook ended his talk with a strong call to action for clear ethical guidelines for camera trapping/surveillance tech in conservation. ‘These projects should go through ethical review like any social research project.’ #tech4wildlife #ICCB2019 @csandbrookpic.twitter.com/91i3AdxRbL - 22 July 2019, 4:05 am
- Chris sandbrook: is anything being done to address social concerns/ethics in camera trapping studies? 65% respondents took steps to reduce interference; awareness of issue but there is no systematic steps to improve practice. #tech4wildlife #iccb2019 @csandbrookpic.twitter.com/fEKGGKbW3i - 22 July 2019, 4:03 am
- Chris Sandbrook, Ethics in camera trapping bycatch: 44.1% of respondents made use of images of illegal activity in some way. Much greater than 8% who deliberately sought to capture images of people. #tech4wildlife #ICCB2019 @csandbrookpic.twitter.com/YP40cYXO0w - 22 July 2019, 4:00 am