#51 - Cornell Protects Elephants

2018. Cornell University is using AI to protect elephants in the Republic of Congo. Cornell opted to place 50 acoustic sensors in a national park in Congo, to track and count elephants. The sensors recorded all sound in their surroundings, which resulted in massive amounts of data. Cornell then employed Microsoft to help in creating a machine learning AI to analyze the data. In less than a week, the AI was successfully able to count the number and locations of elephants recorded.

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