Sana Pashankar and Kendra Pierre-Louis of Bloomberg write on how AI is aiding in forest recovery.
- Researchers in Ecuador have unlocked a new method to track biodiversity and forest recovery: AI.
- Specifically, the researchers have paired bioacoustics, a branch of acoustics that quantifies all of the natural sounds humans can perceive, with an AI model that was trained to identify species.
- While there are some flaws to the this approach, this pairing does provide a low-cost way to track and monitor biodiversity.
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