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One, two, three, four, five, AI looking for a tiger! How does artificial intelligence protect scarce animals?

the tiger, known as the ultimate predatory king on land, used to be the king of mountains. However, with the increase of human activities and deforestation, the population and habitat of wild tigers are shrinking. At present, there are only about 3900 wild tigers in the world

in order to save the tiger population, in 2010, the heads of government of 13 countries jointly set a goal to double the number of wild tigers in the world when 2022 is the "tiger" year. At the same time, July 29 was designated as global tiger day

however, the traditional way of wildlife protection still faces many difficulties and challenges. For example, relying on manual collection, processing and discrimination of tiger image data consumes a lot of manpower and time. The dynamic image is blurred and difficult to distinguish, and the tiger and the bear are confused. When poachers appear, the protection personnel cannot take measures in time

in order to better protect the living environment of tigers, Intel and the World Wide Fund for nature (WWF) announced on July 29, 2018 that they would cooperate to launch a project to protect the "big cats" in Northeast China based on Intel artificial intelligence technology

using AI to solve big problems is another breakthrough application scenario of Intel's innovative AI technology. Through the following video, we can also intuitively feel the role of artificial intelligence in the identification, tracking and living environment analysis of wild tigers, said Li Jianbo

in June, when the shear strength of the interface was low due to the need for self-test after the host was turned on, Intel also cooperated with a number of traditional Chinese painting artists to create a "Changbai Mountain map" with a charm comparable to the riverside map of Qingming Festival

there is an old Chinese saying, "beyond the image, get in the ring". The wonderful thing about this world is that for many things, the more obvious it is, the more it is usually not the whole picture. If you want to know the answer, you must explore more

the endangerment of tigers is not only the most direct reason for hunting. Looking at the whole ecosystem, tigers are at the top of the food chain and need a lot of cloven hoofed animals to survive. According to zoologists' calculations, a tiger needs to catch 50 cloven hoofed herbivores a year, and female breeding tigers need more

but in order to capture these 50 heads, the number of 500 heads is required in the environmental field. The 500 cloven hoofed herbivores need a sufficient area of activity and the corresponding ecosystem to survive. Therefore, if the tiger can survive freely, it means that all elements of the whole system have reached a balance

what is the current situation? At present, there are only about 3900 wild tigers in the world. Among the nine tiger subspecies, Bali tiger, Java tiger and Caspian tiger have been extinct. A century ago, the territory of tigers could extend from Turkey to the Far East of Russia, with 100000 tigers in Asia alone

although in recent years, with the strong promotion of the government and animal protection organizations, the habitat of wild Siberian tigers has been improved and the number of tiger populations has increased, it is still difficult to maintain sufficient tiger breeding populations

for Intel, which has been committed to "benefiting the society with technology", the ecological problem has always been our concern and concern. We once let Intel falcon8+ UAV fly to the Arctic to track polar bears and capture information about their behavior patterns, so that wildlife and environmental scientists can safely, efficiently and accurately collect data. Compared with traditional tracking methods, UAV is much less invasive

also collected water spray samples of whales through Intel snotbot UAV, and took action on the collected data with the help of Intel AI technology, so as to accurately grasp the health status of whales and the surrounding marine environment. This time, we joined hands with WWF World Wide Fund for nature, hoping to explore the protection of Wild Amur Tigers with the power of science and technology

the weekend just passed coincided with the eighth world tiger day. On this day, we pushed but as time went on, we produced a long white mountain map of tigers alone, which not only called on everyone to protect tigers, but also hoped to draw everyone's attention to the ecosystem on which we live

of course, the "Changbai Mountain map" only reveals our mission to help protect wild Amur tigers. In the next step, Intel hopes to provide an integrated front-end and back-end Siberian tiger monitoring and protection scheme for the species identification and protection of Siberian tiger habitat with the help of the rich experience in wildlife protection of WWF in the areas where wild tigers are distributed around the world and its advanced technology in the field of artificial intelligence

now, please use your call to restore the fertile scene of Changbai Mountain 100 years ago, and reproduce the picture of Changbai Mountain rising under the beautiful scenery of ecological balance. This beautiful world needs you

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