AI for Earth partners

When human ingenuity and technology meet, they have the power to solve some of the biggest environmental challenges. We support our partners working on the front lines of sustainability.

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How Wild Me uses Azure

Wild Me uses the following Azure services:

  • Translator Text API to translate multi-lingual YouTube videos into English, and to create Wildbooks for global audiences.
  • Computer Vision API for optical character recognition, to extract text from YouTube videos, and use it for date/location prediction with machine learning.
  • Virtual machines to power Wildbook; Wild Me runs all Wildbooks on high-performing Linux VMs
  • Data Science Virtual Machines to create natural language processing (NLP) predictors for our YouTube reviewing intelligent agent.
  • Application Insights to monitor Wild Me servers and services for outages.
  • Container Registry to store Wildbook containers.
  • Azure Backup to back up virtual machines and protect critical wildlife data.
  • DevOps for operation monitoring during development.

These components are also available as an architecture diagram.

Wild Me on GitHub

All of Wildbook’s code is open-source and available on GitHub.

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