Listening for species

The good friends, and mentors, of the Automated Remote Biodiversity Monitoring Network (ARBIMON) got a lot of press this week after a new publication in PeerJ. They have developed a system that researchers can train to detect species calls automatically. More importantly, they tested their system with data from tropical forests, which present a particular challenge due to the high biodiversity.

Some of the media outlets that covered their research:


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