Madagascar: We Built an Ai Tool to Help Set Priorities for Conservation in Madagascar – What We Found

[The Conversation Africa] Artificial Intelligence (AI) – models that process large and diverse datasets and make predictions from them – can have many uses in nature conservation, such as remote monitoring (like the use of camera traps to study animals or plants) or data analysis. Some of these are controversial because AI can be trained to be biased, but others are valuable research tools. 

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