Tanya Berger-Wolf: How your nature photos can help protect wild animals | TED

We’re losing animal and plant species at such a swift, unprecedented rate that it’s nearly impossible to keep up. Computational biologist Tanya Berger-Wolf demonstrates how harnessing the power of artificial intelligence and one of the internet’s biggest resources — public images and video — supports the crucial collection of data to save threatened wildlife. Learn how your everyday photos, alongside the work of passionate citizen scientists, could help drive conservation decisions, and slow or even reverse damage to biodiversity worldwide.

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