How humans and machines can work together to save the tuna

From sashimi to tartare, tuna is in demand year-round. More than half of the world’s high-grade fish supply comes from the central and western Pacific Ocean, a region that accounts for a $7 billion market. The popularity of tuna sustains small fishing communities in distant places like Palau. But it also threatens an aquatic population that has been dwindling at an alarming rate. Over the past few years, unregulated fishing practices in tuna-rich Pacific regions have threatened to wipe out rich species like the bluefin and bigeye. The ecological disturbance has raised a red flag among conservationists who are now looking to artificial intelligence for a solution to keep Palauan fisheries in check. A majority of the 20,000 people in the island country of Palau rely on marine life for…

Link to Full Article: How humans and machines can work together to save the tuna

Pin It on Pinterest

Share This

Join Our Newsletter

Sign up to our mailing list to receive the latest news and updates about and the Informed.AI Network of AI related websites which includes Events.AI, Neurons.AI, Awards.AI, and Vocation.AI

You have Successfully Subscribed!