Kate Sutter

Kate Sutter

Dec 03, 2021

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    About This Project

    This project combines AI, high-resolution cameras, and existing manta behavior research to test a program that will provide real-time individual identification and optimize underwater data collection. The results of this experiment will help us better understand manta behavior in real-time and enhance the tools and methods that are available for marine research. Because manta rays exhibit predictable movements and site affinity, individuals can be instantaneously identified and monitored.

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