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WP8 - JRA3: Specimen Data Refinery

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Description: The aim of the Specimen Data Refinery is to develop a platform that integrates artificial intelligence and human-in-the-loop approaches to extract, enhance and annotate data from digital images and records of natural history specimens at scale.

License: CC-By Attribution 4.0 International

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The introductory presentation from kick-off meeting (Figshare) is a good place to get an overview of the project. We hope to share the majority of our reports, information, related articles on OSF - if you are interested in contributing please get in contact. Over the next few months we will be working on the first task in the workpackage: the landscape analysis. This will cover all the tool and s...

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  • T8.1 - Landscape Analysis

    The aim of the landscape analysis is to: create an overview of tools and services that can enhance natural history specimen data; evaluate relevant pl...

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  • T8.3 - Development of cloud platform


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  • T8.4 - Data Delivery and Exploitation


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  • ALICE: Angled Label Image Capture and Extraction for high throughput insect specimen digitisation

    The world’s natural history collections contain at least 2 billion specimens, representing a unique data source for answering fundamental scientific q...

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