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Live Q&A session on AI models for Processing Camera Trap Imagery:A highlight of WildID.

This session will explore a trained AI model used to process camera trap imagery, and will help you unpack the best ways to process data collected using camera traps, to have better output from your research or work.

Online Event

11:00 am ~ 12:00 pm ( Africa/Nairobi )

Are you looking for ways to automatically process your bulk camera trap imagery? Joining us on Thursday 23rd June at 11am EAT/9am BST for a Live Q & A discussion, is Kate Tindall from WildID, who will highlight this AI model you can use to process your image data.

This is our first time hosting a live Q&A in the WILDLABS forums! With our new platform, we're excited to experiment with new ways to share knowledge and give spaces where our community can ask experts questions about tech tools, projects and work. The Live Q & A discussion will be moderated & members will have a chance to ask questions they have during and after the session. Kate Tindall will take us through this trained AI model used to process imagery and help us unpack the best ways to process data collected, to ensure efficiency and have better output from our research or work.

To find out how best to classify & analyze your camera trap imagery, Join us on 23rd June at 11am EAT/9am BST, to explore this AI solution that might be useful in your research. If you have any questions on automatically processing image data, come along and find answers- Kate is more than happy to answer you!
 


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