Wild Me Newsletter

April 2022

Wild Me named 2022 "Tech for Global Good Laureate"

Executive Director Jason Holmberg represented Wild Me at the Tech for Global Good's award ceremony in March. The award is given to organizations who "through constructive use of data, enable people to access connected and collaborative lives."

Flukebook paper published in Mammalian Biology

Drew Blount, Shane Gero, Gianna Minton, and 14 others published a paper covering Flukebook, one of our biggest platforms, in a special edition of Mammalian Biology on methods for individual ID.  The paper discusses how diverse areas of expertise are brought together for collaborative and cutting-edge conservation science. In particular, we present the 37 different automatic ID pipelines available on for a wide variety of whales and dolphins. Flukebook: an open-source AI platform for cetacean photo identification is open access and available now.

You're Not Qualified: two Wild Me staff members featured in podcast

Wild Me Director of Product Tanya Stere and Executive Director Jason Holmberg were featured in two consecutive episodes of the podcast You're Not Qualified. The podcast "highlights the amazing people who are making the world a better place, but are traditionally unqualified for the way they are contributing." Find links to your preferred podcast platform on the You're Not Qualified episodes page.
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