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AI-powered BirdNET app makes citizen science easier

The team behind BirdNET have published a paper about their work and what it means for citizen science.
13 July 2022, by

Trainee teachers made sharper assessments about learning difficulties after receiving feedback from AI

Using AI to help trainee teachers in their assessments of students.
26 April 2022, by

AI can help doctors work faster – but trust is crucial

If artificial intelligence is to be of help in healthcare, people and machines must be able to work effectively together.
11 March 2022, by

Artificial intelligence and big data to help preserve wildlife

Research collaborators propose that animal ecologists can capitalize on large datasets generated by modern sensors by combining machine learning approaches with domain knowledge.
25 February 2022, by

Beach bots, sea ‘raptors’ and marine toolsets mobilised to get rid of marine litter

Find out about the different EU research projects are concerned with reducing marine litter, including an autonomous litter-picking robot.
18 February 2022, by

Artificial intelligence helps speed up ecological surveys

A deep-learning model for counting the number of seals in aerial photos that is considerably faster than doing it by hand.
24 January 2022, by


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Keeping one step ahead of earthquakes

Damaging earthquakes can strike at any time. While we can’t prevent them from occurring, we can make sure casualties, economic loss and disruption of essential services are kept to a minimum.
04 January 2022, by

Some highlights from our focus on the UN SDGs

As 2021 draws to a close, we pick some of our favourite interviews and articles from our focus series on the UN sustainable development goals.
22 December 2021, by

Radical AI podcast: featuring Raziye Buse Çetin

In this episode, Dylan and Jess chat to Raziye Buse Çetin about decolonial AI.
17 December 2021, by

Harnessing the power of AI to elucidate mobile traffic consumption at city scale

Mobile traffic analysis can provide many insights. Find out more about work on obtaining high-resolution traffic maps using AI methods and aggregate data.
15 December 2021, by

Smart cities and AI

In this video lecture, Beril Sirmacek talks about research using AI methods to help to make cities more environmentally friendly.
03 December 2021, by

AIhub launches focus series on sustainable cities and communities

We are now publishing articles on the latest topic in our series on the UN sustainable development goals.
03 December 2021, by

Natural language processing model for African languages

AfriBERTa model enables computers to analyse text in African languages for many useful tasks.
17 November 2021, by

Machine learning for climate science and Earth observation – a webinar from Climate Change AI

Hear from Maike Sonnewald and Gustau Camps-Valls, as they talk about trustworthy AI for climate analysis and physics-aware machine learning.
16 November 2021, by

Radical AI podcast: featuring Sasha Costanza-Chock

In this episode, Dylan and Jess chat to Sasha Costanza-Chock about design justice.
10 November 2021, by

Focus on sustainable cities and communities: call for contributions

We are looking for AI researchers, users and stakeholders to write, or talk, about their work relating to sustainable cities and communities.
09 November 2021, by

Using imaging and machine learning tools to analyse features of plant leaves

Scientists have developed tools to discover attributes that contribute to water-use efficiency in crop plants during photosynthesis.
29 October 2021, by

Interview with Lily Xu – applying machine learning to the prevention of illegal wildlife poaching

Lily Xu tells us about her work applying machine learning and game theory to wildlife conservation.
20 October 2021, by

What bird is singing? Merlin Bird ID app offers instant answers

The Cornell Lab of Ornithology’s free Merlin Bird ID app can identify bird sounds.
19 October 2021, by

Artificial intelligence can help highway departments find bats roosting under bridges

Using photographs and computer vision techniques to automatically detect the presence of bats on bridges.
12 October 2021, by

New digital tools to track illegal wildlife trade online

Using data from social media platforms in combination with machine learning methods to identify what species and wildlife products are traded online and what are the motives behind the trade.
07 October 2021, by

AI tools for assessing zero-deforestation commitments in Vietnam

The Coffee Vision project is developing a smart monitoring tool to support the certification of sustainable coffee plots in Vietnam.
06 October 2021, by and

AIhub launches focus series on life on land

We are now publishing articles on the latest topic in our series on the UN sustainable development goals.
06 October 2021, by

Developing organic batteries using machine learning

Researchers are using machine learning techniques to optimize polymers needed for metal-free, recyclable, organic batteries.
29 September 2021, by

AI as an accelerator of the energy transition, opportunities for a carbon-free energy system

Find out how the Netherlands aim to take major steps towards increasing renewable energy production and increased electrification.
23 September 2021, by

Radical AI podcast: featuring Jason Edward Lewis

In this episode, Dylan and Jess chat to Jason Edward Lewis about Indigenous AI.
20 September 2021, by

Life below water focus series round-up: ocean ecosystems, marine litter and autonomous vehicles

We summarise our focus series and highlight further interesting research in the field.
17 September 2021, by

The Machine Ethics podcast: responsible AI research with Madhulika Srikumar

In this episode, Ben chats with Madhulika Srikumar about AI research, how we can think responsibly about our work, and how best to manage the associated risks.
14 September 2021, by

Focus on life on land: call for contributions

We are looking for AI researchers, users and stakeholders to write, or talk, about their work relating to life on land.
10 September 2021, by

Energy as a fundamental right

Finding the optimum amount of free electricity to tackle energy poverty.







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