Results for Tag: fish identification

Workshop: Machine learning tools for species identification and fish size estimation in recreational and small-scale fisheries - Day 2

Programme May 3 (6.00-8.00 UTC) Starting at 20:00 of May 2 HST (Honolulu), 8.00 CEST (Berlin), 11.30 IST (Delhi), 16.00 AEST (Melbourne) Asta Audzijonyte (Nature Research Center, Lithuania & University of Tasmania, Australia): Introduction and day one recap  John Lynham (University of Hawai'i at Mānoa). FishNet: species classification and size regression using AI and a […]

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Workshop: Machine learning tools for species identification and fish size estimation in recreational and small-scale fisheries - Day 1

Programme  May 2 (14.00-16.00 UTC) Starting at 7.00 PDT (Vancouver), 10.00 EDT (New York), 16.00 CEST (Berlin), 19.30 IST (Delhi) Asta Audzijonyte (Nature Research Center, Lithuania & University of Tasmania, Australia). Introduction, anglers, citizen science and fish size data  Daniel Pauly (University of British Columbia, FishBase, Canada). Citizen science data and FishBase Christian Skov (Technical […]

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