Automated species identification: why not?

@article{Gaston2004AutomatedSI,
  title={Automated species identification: why not?},
  author={Kevin J. Gaston and Mark A. O'Neill},
  journal={Philosophical transactions of the Royal Society of London. Series B, Biological sciences},
  year={2004},
  volume={359 1444},
  pages={655-67}
}
Where possible, automation has been a common response of humankind to many activities that have to be repeated numerous times. The routine identification of specimens of previously described species has many of the characteristics of other activities that have been automated, and poses a major constraint on studies in many areas of both pure and applied biology. In this paper, we consider some of the reasons why automated species identification has not become widely employed, and whether it is… CONTINUE READING
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