Berger-Wolf Leads new AI for Biodiversity Change Global Climate Center

Posted: September 18, 2023
Data from camera traps -- such as this image of a gray wolf taken in Oregon -- will help researchers study how wildlife respond to climate impacts.

Imageomics Institute Director, Prof. Tanya Berger-Wolf will led the AI and Biodiversity Change (ABC) Global Climate Center, a new multimillion dollar international center that will use artificial intelligence to help researchers understand the impacts of climate change on biodiversity. The Center will bring together ecologists and computer scientists from six universities in the United States and Canada, with partners in UK, Europe, and Australia. 

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