Scientists Outwit Poachers With The Help Of Artificial Intelligence

Scientists think using AI could help capture poachers of wild animals.(Photo : China Photos/Getty Images) In the last hundred years, tiger populations across the world have decreased; from a 60,000 population, only 3,200 were left in the wild by 2010. Poaching has been the main reason for this unnerving drop in numbers, as these amazing big cats are killed for their skins, poaching, medicine, or even trophy hunting, driving them to near extinction. As if it’s not enough, poachers have also been attacking other large animals such as elephants and rhinos, all of which play crucial roles in the ecosystems where they live. Like Us on Facebook Artificial intelligence being used to stop wildlife poaching in #Africa. https://t.co/fKyE2HGStF #AI — Carles Dijous (AAlb) (@carlesdijous) April 23, 2016 To keep these animals…


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