Wild Me Newsletter

January 2022

Wildbook named a "Global Top 100 Promising Project"

The International Centre for Artificial Intelligence (recently established by UNESCO) has named Wildbook one of the world's top 100 promising AI projects. According to the IRCAI, "the list is a first-time selection of solutions from all five geographic regions of the United Nations, and includes outstanding, excellent, and promising projects."

New lesson plans from The Tech Interactive

Two new lesson plans from The Tech Interactive feature Wild Me technology. These lesson plans are free and a great resources for learners interested in conservation. Designed for students grades 7-12.

Improved Leopard Shark matching on Sharkbook users will notice improved matching for leopard sharks (Stegostoma tigrinum). Historically leopard sharks were matched using the modified Groth and I3S algorithms. These algorithms are currently still available on Sharkbook, but the new Hotspotter model seems to be outperforming them.
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