WildTrack records NVIDIA podcast

How can we count rhinos quickly over large areas to protect them? I recently recorded a podcast for NVIDIA with colleague Alice Hua, a software engineer and former student from UC Berkeley, on our recently published work using drones equipped with AI to take images of rhino from the air,…

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Art meets Science for Conservation!

WildTrack Specialist Group members Amy Fitzmaurice and Asaf Ben-David are presenting a unique art exhibition for our workshop in Portugal, October 30th – November 6th 2022. Our Footprint Identification Technology (FIT) emerged from the art and science of tracking. Asaf’s anatomically precise and beautiful track drawings will be complemented by…

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Resurrecting the Thylacine?

This week, in his excellent blog series, ConservationBytes, Australian Ecologist Corey Bradshaw discusses new attempts to resurrect the extinct Tasmanian tiger, or Thylacine, which was hunted to extinction in Tasmania in the early years of the 20th Century. The blog publishes the opinions of 5 experts on the subject. Of…

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