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5 Feb 2023

Australian Citizen Science platform NatureMapr has just turned on its first non-human, machine learning based moderator, known as Carbon AI (or “Carbon – Artificial Intelligence”). The Australian made and hosted technology is being rolled out right across Australia. The new technol...


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Updated and fully refreshed ALA data set21 Nov 2022

Latest discussion

AaronClausen wrote:
4 hrs ago
@michaelb awesome! For some reason I'm not getting those mention emails, might just be me because I'm the author of this announcement. Looking at that now. Also noticed I created a new bug where the button keeps spinning after you leave a new comment on a sighting. Fixing that now too.

Artificial intelligence bot works with expert human colleagues to improve Australian biodiversity data
michaelb wrote:
4 hrs ago
To Quote it said "
You were mentioned in a discussion

Dear michaelb,

AaronClausen mentioned you in a discussion:
Artificial intelligence bot works with expert human colleagues to improve Australian biodiversity data"

Artificial intelligence bot works with expert human colleagues to improve Australian biodiversity data
AaronClausen wrote:
4 hrs ago
@michaelb Wow that's good. Did it say "Aaron Clausen mentioned you in..."? or "AaronClausen commented on..."?

Artificial intelligence bot works with expert human colleagues to improve Australian biodiversity data
AaronClausen wrote:
4 hrs ago
@michaelb Hey did you get an email because I mentioned you on this announcement?

Artificial intelligence bot works with expert human colleagues to improve Australian biodiversity data
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