The Australian Museum, the NSW Office of Environment and Heritage, and ANU are hosting a workshop on October 31st - to be held at the Australian Museum in Sydney.
Full program here
Citizen Science and Biodiversity in the Age of Artificial Intelligence
There’s little doubt that Artificial Intelligence has the potential to radically transform our world. Perhaps it's already doing so. In the fields of citizen science and biodiversity research, it offers some extraordinary opportunities - from the instant visual recognition of species to deep environmental insights generated out of big data analysis. These same developments also raise numerous questions about the impact A.I. will have on humanity and the natural environment. This workshop will examine the risks and opportunities presented by A.I. in the fields of citizen science and biodiversity. What are some of the key issues that researchers, practitioners, policy makers and the general public are or should be thinking about?
I am looking forward to delivering case studies of AI in biodiversity and citizen science.