Researchers work to find the giraffe in the bushes

Giraffe are the tallest animal on earth, so naturally scientists have turned to big data solutions for giraffe conservation. Researchers from the Penn State and Wild Nature Institute are conducting one of the biggest large mammal studies ever undertaken by studying births, deaths, and movements of more than 3,000 giraffes across a 4,000 square kilometre landscape in the Tarangire Ecosystem of northern Tanzania, East Africa.

Researchers work to find the giraffe in the bushes

Giraffe are the tallest animal on earth, so naturally scientists have turned to big data solutions for giraffe conservation. Researchers from the Penn State and Wild Nature Institute are conducting ...

Tue 5 Feb 19 from Phys.org

Wild Nature Institute, Penn State, and Microsoft Azure Work Together to Find the Giraffe in the Bushes, Tue 5 Feb 19 from Science Blog

Moving toward automated animal identification in wildlife research

A new automated method to prepare digital photos for analysis will help wildlife researchers who depend on photographs to identify individual animals by their unique markings. A wildlife biologist ...

Mon 11 Feb 19 from Science Blog

Toward automated animal identification in wildlife research

A new program automatically detects regions of interest within images, alleviating a serious bottleneck in processing photos for wildlife research.

Mon 11 Feb 19 from ScienceDaily

Toward automated animal identification in wildlife research, Mon 11 Feb 19 from Eurekalert

‘The moon is a history museum and we’ve only visited the gift shop’

Humans have not set foot on the moon since 1972, when the last Apollo mission came back to Earth. That could all change in the coming years, however, as entities like the European Space Agency ...

Tue 5 Feb 19 from Science Blog

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