Artificial intelligence has been introduced to limit the breeding of Aedes mosquitoes that cause diseases such as dengue, yellow fever, Gifa virus.
Verily is part of Google's parent company, Life Science and Health Company of Singapore, partnered with the National Environment Agency of Singapore to introduce its technology to the market. Gender classification of urban mosquitoes. On Tuesday's blog, we actually announce the actual movement that shows the advance to Southeast Asia. This technology is used in the second phase of field survey of institutions called "Project Wolbach – Singapore".
This gender-sorting technology was developed as part of Verily-funded Debug project and reduces the time to manually separate male and female mosquitoes using computer vision algorithms and artificial intelligence.
As part of this project, it was used in April to collaborate with the World Health Organization (WHO) to release over one million male Aedes mosquitoes infected by Ulvacia in the northern part of Queensland, Australia. Federal Science and Industry Research (CSIRO). James Cook University. These infected mosquitoes are sterilized, disease and disease do not develop, but when crossed with female mosquitoes the eggs do not hatch and help to suppress mosquito breeding.
Verily is also planning to announce a new automatic release system built into cart designed to give improved and accurate control …
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