Wildlife.ai

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Help us use new technologies like artificial intelligence for environmental protection and education.

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Wildlife.ai is a New Zealand charity that uses new technologies for environmental protection and education.

We assist community groups, conservation managers and researchers with their data collection, management and analysis to increase the outcomes of their conservation efforts.

We also develop open access educational activities about wildlife conservation and digital technologies like artificial intelligence.

To ensure new technology is widely applied to protect biodiversity, we need your help. Your support will enable Wildlife.ai to keep providing open-access resources and use state-of-the-art technologies to reduce the current extinction rate of species worldwide.

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Wildlife.ai is a New Zealand registered charity that uses new technologies for environmental education and protection.

We partner with conservation managers and community groups to increase the efficiency of their conservation efforts.

We also develop open access educational activities about artificial intelligence and wildlife conservation.

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