WWF Australia, Conservation International use AI to track wildlife recovering from Black Summer fires

Katie Burgess
By Katie Burgess
Updated December 16 2020 - 9:00pm, first published 1:30pm
A Kangaroo Island dunnart captured by a sensor camera in Flinders Chase National Park. The cameras were installed on Kangaroo Island to track the recovery of animals impacted by Australias bushfires as part of a project called An Eye on Recovery. Picture: Supplied

Australians are being urged to send in sensor camera footage to train artificial intelligence to recognise Australian native animals, in order to track how species are recovering after the bushfires.

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Katie Burgess

Katie Burgess

Federal politics reporter

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