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Press Release for International Tiger Day – July 29th, 2022: For the first time ever, wild tigers and their prey have been detected by AI-powered, cryptic cameras that transmit the images to the cell phones and computers of park managers. Just as important, the elapsed time from the motion sensor triggered by the passing tiger, to running the AI, to transmission to the cell network, to the Internet, and to the end user is less than 30 seconds, making this technology a true real-time system.
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Hello, I'm currently working on estimating the density of bezoar goats in Iraqi Kurdistan using REM. My data consists of camera trap images over a seven-year period. The...
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