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‘Amped-up citizen science’ to save the : Q&A with Conservation AI Hub’s Grant Hamilton

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By Abhishyant Kidangoor Conservation apps have emerged in recent years as an efficient and cost-effective way to get citizens to monitor and document wildlife across the World. But an Australian initiative is going one step further. In a bid to detect and save the country’s dwindling koala (Phascolarctos cinereus) population, Conservation AI Hub has, since the beginning of this year, been training volunteers in the state of Queensland to use infrared drones. The goal: to find koalas that are usually found curled high up in the trees. The initiative by the Queensland University of Technology (Q…

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