Te Rauhī Hiringa – Lucas’ involvement with Wildlife.ai (Summer 23/24)
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2M ago
  This summer, Lucas Larraman and Victor Anton used the Wildlife Watcher cameras to monitor the unique biodiversity of Te Papakura o Taranaki. This was made possible through Te Rauhī Hiringa - an ..read more
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Biodiversity Credits: Navigating the Unknown (Part 1)
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4M ago
The team from Wildlife.ai has been pondering whether biodiversity credit systems (BCS) offer a real solution to biodiversity loss or are just a greenwashing tool for corporations. This opinion post summarises our discussions ..read more
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Students are Wild About AI
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6M ago
Our Wild About AI educational programme is sparking curiosity in students, unveiling exciting careers in conservation and tech, and making STEM subjects a blast! Photograph of Portia Smith and a student identifying ..read more
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AI for the Environment in Aotearoa New Zealand
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9M ago
We are excited to announce the publication of the AI for the Environment in Aotearoa New Zealand report. In partnership with the AI Forum of NZ, Antistatic and Lynker Analytics we have researched the ..read more
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Using AI to Identify New Zealand Fish – Project Completion Update
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9M ago
In this post, we explain the different machine learning experiments we performed to create models to automatically identify fish in underwater videos. An underwater image, from Kapiti Marine Reserve, labelled by the citizen ..read more
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Pepeketua ID – An app to streamline the identification of Archey’s frogs
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9M ago
In this post, I describe how we have developed the Pepeketua ID app, an open-source software to help identify individuals of Archey’s frogs, a critically endangered species. The app combines three different machine learning ..read more
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Nesher Bari Intro: Using Machine Learning for Vulture Conservation
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9M ago
Vultures are an important part of the ecosystem, as they help to clean up after dead animals. However, vulture populations have been declining due to a number of factors, including poisoning, electrocution, and collision ..read more
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Entering the Subak Australia acceleration program
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9M ago
We are thrilled to announce that Wildlife.ai is now a part of the accelerator program within Subak Australia! The term "Subak" roots in 9th century Indonesia, where it ..read more
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