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  1. jurek

    Will image recognition revolutionize birding?

    Well, once we know a rarity is there, then go and see it. I imagine that a rare bird, say a warbler, is first observed on a remote camera in some hidden corner of a bird reserve. Re-finding and seeing it in person would still be a challenge. In a sense, remote cameras might work as an...
  2. jurek

    Will image recognition revolutionize birding?

    One can discover several times more vagrants even in a well covered coastal spot, if there were automatic camera inside places which are not accessible, e.g. inside mudbanks or reedbeds, in bushes growing on steep slopes, in bushes in the middle of pastures etc. Every bird reserve has such...
  3. jurek

    Will image recognition revolutionize birding?

    I had an interesting thought. Image recognition is used to everything from identifying faces of friends to cancer nodules. What if somebody develops a software which recognize and identifies birds on photos, and then it is paired with automatic CCTV cameras? Imagine CCTV cameras set in...