Scientists and practitioners are engaging with new technologies in innovative and novel ways that look set to transform nature-related science and environmental management. The combination of low cost sensing technologies, widening access to data corpora, artificial; intelligence and software platforms is opening new opportunities and horizons for biodiversity and conservation science. This series will showcase a representative range of cutting edge science happening in Oxford and beyond. It aims to generate insight and discussion on the vision, components and transformative potential of new technological forces and discuss the implications of this for the future of pure, applied and interdisciplinary biodiversity science. It is guaranteed to inspire and challenge!
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