“Observational skills (which) expert trackers wielded took years to develop. So Jewell, a cofounder of the US nonprofit WildTrack, turned to artificial intelligence to help identify animal tracks using photos. Reading those signs is something AI can help humans do. This kind of heavy-duty data crunching is happening more often across conservation programs globally. These efforts are making it easier to monitor, understand, and even predict conservation challenges.”
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