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00:32 — There has recently emerged a new way of preserving and protecting animals, their habitats, and various animal species from extinction using artificial intelligence and machine learning.
01:00 — The Translational Data Analytics Insitute from Ohio State University, led by Tanya Berger-Wolf, has pioneered a new field of study called ‘imageomic.’ Essentially, imageomics uses machine learning to extract biological data from videos and photos of living organisms.
01:28 — The effort is to use photos and videos with AI and machine learning algorithms to help researchers overcome a data deficiency. The goal is to better protect animals at risk of extinction.
01:50 — The AI solution can analyze millions of images and make better identifications than the human eye.
02:33 — This data can teach researchers how species are responding to ever-changing habitats and climates—enabling them to recognize how humans can in the fight against animal extinction.
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