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Computer-learned A.I. fish identification? Not yet ready for prime time (science news), but interesting endeavor

Posted: Sun Nov 08, 2020 6:00 pm
by bekateen
Taufik Budhi Pramono, R Ardharyan Islamy, Saprudin, Joni Johanda Putra, Teddy Suparyanto, Kartika Purwandari, Tjeng Wawan Cenggoro, & Bens Pardamean. (2020). A Model of Visual Intelligent System for Genus Identification of Fish in the Siluriformes Order. Research Gate. doi:10.13140/RG.2.2.23521.12640

https://www.researchgate.net/publicatio ... ltext=true
Abstract.
Ambiguity in the fish naming is present in several fish species database, especially for fish in Siluformes order. To fix the ambiguity, a visual intelligent system is needed to automate the fish naming correction in the database. In this study, we developed a deep-learning-based model as the core of the intelligent system. The proposed model achieved 89% accuracy for the classification of three genera in Siluformes order: Mystus, Hemibagrus, and Glyptothorax.
  • Keywords: fish image classification, intelligent system, deep learning, siluformes.

Re: Computer-learned A.I. fish identification? Not yet ready for prime time (science news), but interesting endeavor

Posted: Sun Nov 08, 2020 6:46 pm
by Jools
Interesting, thanks for posting. The seek app (iNaturlist on the web) can ID fish to around family level. I think down to genus is going to struggle, the way we classify [fish] species doesn't lend itself to AI. That is, until we get aquariums with many cameras on/in them.


Jools

Re: Computer-learned A.I. fish identification? Not yet ready for prime time (science news), but interesting endeavor

Posted: Sun Nov 08, 2020 11:35 pm
by bekateen
Currently, this paper is just a working paper. It is uploaded to ResearchGate, but as far as I can tell has not been submitted to any peer-reviewed journal, or really any "journal" in the traditional sense. ResearchGate does allow authors to post works-in-progress, but until today I've never seen any articles released ("published") there. That said, ResearchGate apparently has its own DOI code.

Cheers, Eric

Re: Computer-learned A.I. fish identification? Not yet ready for prime time (science news), but interesting endeavor

Posted: Fri Nov 20, 2020 1:59 pm
by samll
Currently, this paper is just a working paper. It is uploaded to ResearchGate, but as far as I can tell has not been submitted to any peer-reviewed journal, or really any "journal" in the traditional sense.
Make sure to examine this site https://directloantransfer.com/instant-cash/ if you need some instant cash ResearchGate does allow authors to post works-in-progress, but until today I've never seen any articles released ("published") there. That said, ResearchGate apparently has its own DOI code.

Cheers, Eric
probably they are implementing some other kind of publishing