William I. Atlas

William I. Atlas

Jun 28, 2022

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    About This Project

    Wild salmon are central to cultures & ecosystems in British Columbia but are under unprecedented climate stress with increasing variability in returns. Computer-vision is revolutionizing data processing and analysis, but rural & Indigenous people have rarely been included in the scoping and development of these tools. Working with Haida Nation and computer scientists at SFU we will use computer-vision to automate salmon counting for Indigenous-led management.

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