Microsoft has rolled out and AI open source project to monitor and count fish. It’s a collaboration with Azure Services and newly acquired dev platform GitHub. The system also stops marine biologists getting eaten by crocodiles. Microsoft has deployed artificial intelligence (AI) underwater to watch and record fish in and around Darwin Harbour. Watching fish stocks in the waters around Darwin has its unique challenges. Namely, this: So marine biologists aren’t all that keen to spend hours in the water holding a camera. Instead, Department of Primary Industry and Resources scientists do their work via underwater cameras attached to buoys. Since the cameras are already in place, and identifying and counting fish for hours on end isn’t exactly why you spent all that time and money on a marine science degree, the setup provided a unique chance to run an AI experiment. See if you can spot the global conservation potential: via GIPHY That’s an open source AI solution developed at a time when global fish stocks face greater pressure than ever before. Microsoft helped build it and posted it on GitHub, the developer platform it officially bought last month for $US7.5 billion. The AI platform progressively learns to identify… Read full this story
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