The machine learning system is able to distinguish sharks from other sea creatures such as dolphins or whales.
Drones Little Ripper in September will begin to follow some of the Australian beaches and to reach the artificial intelligence system that can determine the presence of sharks with an accuracy of up to 90%.
“Machine learning is able to distinguish sharks from other sea creatures such as dolphins or whales, allowing you to gather data about their population and movements. Little Ripper drones are equipped with beacons to call for help and life-rafts”, – stated in the publication.
Over time, the manufacturer is going to create a special electronic “repellent” (a substance for insect repellent) to ward off sharks until the rescue arrives.
It is much more effective and cheaper than aerial photography, which is used now. The accuracy of this method of detection of sharks does not exceed 30%.
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