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Counting Cheetahs: AI Helps Serengeti Conservation Efforts

News   Jun 08, 2018 | Original Press Release from the University of Wyoming

 
Counting Cheetahs: AI Helps Serengeti Conservation Efforts

Motion sensor “camera traps” unobtrusively take pictures of animals in their natural environment, oftentimes yielding images not otherwise observable. The artificial intelligence system automatically processes such images, here correctly reporting this as a picture of two impala standing. Credit: Snapshot Serengeti Photo

 
 
 

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