How artificial intelligence could stop poachers in their tracks

How artificial intelligence could stop poachers in their tracks By Caitlyn Marsolek | April 23, 2016 Researchers from the US, Malaysia, the Netherlands, and Singapore are working on a way to use artificial intelligence to improve patrolling methods used in tracking poachers Facebook Tweet Reddit Like NewsQuench on Facebook With Earth Day come and gone the initiative to save our planet is fresh in our minds. And that’s not limited to global warming and putting a stop to pollution; poaching remains a big problem when it comes to preserving the world around us. Luckily researchers have been testing out how we can use scientists to help the fight against poaching. According to Science Daily, organizations such as the National Science Foundation (NSF) and the Army Research Office have teamed up…


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