Video: Artificial intelligence putting an end to poaching

January 4, 2019, Intel
Credit: CC0 Public Domain

When placed in protected areas, the TrailGuard artificial intelligence camera uses AI inference at the edge to detect possible poachers and alert park rangers in near real-time, allowing them to take action before animals can be harmed.

TrailGuard AI is powered by the Intel Movidius Vision Processing Unit.

Credit: Intel Corporation

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