AI could help us identify endangered species


Elephant herd on the run in Etosha desert. African elephants are among the world’s endangered species. — AFP Relaxnews

British scientists have just unveiled a new tool for identifying and monitoring endangered wildlife around the world. It currently consists of an artificial intelligence system to count elephants in Africa based on satellite photos.

This technology combines satellite imagery with artificial intelligence to recognise and count elephants moving through Africa’s forests and grasslands.

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