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Wildlife Conservation: Can AI Make Poachers the Poached?

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Does IoT favour the poachers or the poached? Using AI to detect suspected trafficking, how data generated to protect animals may be used by poachers to target them, and navigating the use of technology in challenging terrains are just a few of the areas explored by this weeks guests: Grant Miller MBE, Law Enforcement Advisor, Zoological Society of London, and Dr. Matthew Bradbury, Lecturer in Cyber Security, Lancaster University.

Period27/10/2021

Does IoT favour the poachers or the poached? Using AI to detect suspected trafficking, how data generated to protect animals may be used by poachers to target them, and navigating the use of technology in challenging terrains are just a few of the areas explored by this weeks guests: Grant Miller MBE, Law Enforcement Advisor, Zoological Society of London, and Dr. Matthew Bradbury, Lecturer in Cyber Security, Lancaster University.

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TitleWildlife Conservation: Can AI Make Poachers the Poached?
Media name/outletPETRAS
Media typeWeb
Duration/Length/Size25 min 43 sec
CountryUnited Kingdom
Date27/10/21
DescriptionDoes IoT favour the poachers or the poached? Using AI to detect suspected trafficking, how data generated to protect animals may be used by poachers to target them, and navigating the use of technology in challenging terrains are just a few of the areas explored by this weeks guests: Grant Miller MBE, Law Enforcement Advisor, Zoological Society of London, and Dr. Matthew Bradbury, Lecturer in Cyber Security, Lancaster University.
Producer/AuthorPETRAS
PersonsMatthew Bradbury
TitleLancaster University Tweet
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Media typeWeb
CountryUnited Kingdom
Date27/10/21
PersonsMatthew Bradbury