Medical News AI camera worn by gulls captures video highlights of their lives
A black-tailed gull at Kabushima Shrine in JapanMoonie’s world/Getty
By Michael Le PageAttaching cameras to animals has allowed wildlife film-makers and biologists to capture some extraordinary footage, from bird’s eye views of eagles soaring in the skies to sperm whales hunting in the depths. Now artificial intelligence could help us capture a lot more revealing footage.
A team in Japan has created a low-power AI system for recognising when animals are doing something interesting and switching on high-power systems like videos only during those moments. That means the devices can keep working for far longer before running …