Jason Irura

Finding Amy

Object Detection

Finding Amy Computer Vision Project

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Here are a few use cases for this project:

  1. Wildlife Conservation and Population Monitoring: Utilize the "Finding Amy" model to analyze images and videos from camera traps, drones or satellite imagery to automatically identify and count the populations of Zebra, Giraffe, Elephant, Buffalo, and Hyena species. This data can help wildlife conservation organizations monitor trends in population and habitat dynamics, identify threatened species, and evaluate the effectiveness of conservation strategies.

  2. Anti-Poaching and Illegal Hunting Detection: Implement "Finding Amy" in systems designed to detect and deter poaching and illegal hunting activities. By monitoring real-time feeds from cameras or drones and automatically identifying the presence of targeted animals, the model can trigger alerts and help authorities respond in a timely manner to protect endangered species.

  3. Ecotourism and Wildlife Safaris: Use the "Finding Amy" model to enhance visitor experiences by helping safari guides and tourists in spotting Zebra, Giraffe, Elephant, Buffalo, and Hyena. By analyzing live video feeds and photos taken from tourism vehicles or even mobile applications, this technology can quickly identify animals and provide detailed information to educate and engage tourists.

  4. Wildlife Documentary and Film Production: Help filmmakers and researchers in wildlife documentaries and films by utilizing "Finding Amy" to efficiently locate and identify the various animal actors in their footage. By providing automatic recognition and tagging, it can assist in organizing, categorizing, and understanding the relationships between different species portrayed within a project.

  5. Biodiversity Research and Education: Facilitate the study and teaching of biodiversity by providing an easy-to-use and accurate tool for recognizing and categorizing Zebra, Giraffe, Elephant, Buffalo, and Hyena in visual data. Academics, researchers, and students can benefit from using "Finding Amy" to process and analyze large amounts of image data, aiding in the exploration of animal distribution, behavior, and ecosystems.

Trained Model API

This project has a trained model available that you can try in your browser and use to get predictions via our Hosted Inference API and other deployment methods.

Cite This Project

If you use this dataset in a research paper, please cite it using the following BibTeX:

                            title = { Finding Amy Dataset },
                            type = { Open Source Dataset },
                            author = { Jason Irura },
                            howpublished = { \url{ https://universe.roboflow.com/jason-irura/finding-amy } },
                            url = { https://universe.roboflow.com/jason-irura/finding-amy },
                            journal = { Roboflow Universe },
                            publisher = { Roboflow },
                            year = { 2021 },
                            month = { dec },
                            note = { visited on 2024-02-25 },

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Jason Irura

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