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5 Feb 2023

Australian Citizen Science platform NatureMapr has just turned on its first non-human, machine learning based moderator, known as Carbon AI (or “Carbon – Artificial Intelligence”). The Australian made and hosted technology is being rolled out right across Australia. The new technol...


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Fantastic Citizen Science Storey in Canberra Times5 Feb 2023

NatureMapr update: Improved Add Sighting user experience and ID/taxonomy selection25 Jan 2023

Minor updates23 Nov 2022

Updated and fully refreshed ALA data set21 Nov 2022

App update available! V4.1.130 Aug 2022

Latest discussion

AaronClausen wrote:
5 hrs ago
Hi all - this new tool has now also been applied to the Edit Sighting page - bye bye old 3 dropdown lists.

NatureMapr update: Improved Add Sighting user experience and ID/taxonomy selection
Harrisi wrote:
Yesterday
Thanks for your kind words Aaron, really appreciated. I would struggle to reciprocate in adequately articulating my admiration and gratitude for what you have created in NatureMapr. A definite local hero....

Fantastic Citizen Science Storey in Canberra Times
AaronClausen wrote:
Yesterday
Absolutely love it. We are lucky to have @Harrisi - inspiring stuff

Fantastic Citizen Science Storey in Canberra Times
michaelb wrote:
Yesterday
See pic of Stuart & friends at this address:- https://www.canberratimes.com.au/story/8072121/i-spy-with-my-citizen-science-eye/

Fantastic Citizen Science Storey in Canberra Times
AaronClausen wrote:
Yesterday
Thanks @MichaelMulvaney and @MatthewFrawley. Keen to get your expert eyes over the bot to help us train it and bed it in!

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