Wildbook is an open-source software project for collecting and studying data, photographs, videos and other information about wildlife for ecological study, such as population modeling using mark-recapture.] It is maintained by the 501(c)(3) organization non-profit Wild Me.
Notes and reference
- Github open-source repository for Wildbook
- Anne Casselman, "How artificial intelligence is changing wildlife research" National Geographic, Nov. 13, 2018
- Bonnie Burton, "New 'Facebook' for animals could help protect endangered wildlife" c-net, Jul. 3, 2018
- Rachel Nuwer, "How Eavesdropping on Elephants is Keeping Them Safe" BBC, Jan. 1, 2019
- Gilbert Koech, Hope for endangered Grevy’s Zebra as census shows population rising, Kenya Star, Jul. 2, 2018
- Roberta Kwok, "AI empowers conservation biology" Nature, Mar. 4, 2019
- Computer Vision and Intelligent Agents for Wildlife Conservation with Jason Holmberg This Week in Machine Learning podcast, Jul. 23, 2018
- Annie Sneed, Astronomy Tool Helps ID Sharks, Scientific American, Jul. 18, 2018
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