Corpus ID: 6055571

Wildbook: Crowdsourcing, computer vision, and data science for conservation

@article{BergerWolf2017WildbookCC,
  title={Wildbook: Crowdsourcing, computer vision, and data science for conservation},
  author={T. Berger-Wolf and D. Rubenstein and C. Stewart and J. Holmberg and Jason Parham and S. Menon and Jonathan P. Crall and Jon Van Oast and E. Kiciman and L. Joppa},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2017},
  volume={abs/1710.08880}
}
Photographs, taken by field scientists, tourists, automated cameras, and incidental photographers, are the most abundant source of data on wildlife today. Wildbook is an autonomous computational system that starts from massive collections of images and, by detecting various species of animals and identifying individuals, combined with sophisticated data management, turns them into high resolution information database, enabling scientific inquiry, conservation, and citizen science. We have… Expand
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