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Machine learning methods applied to study bumblebees

Ljubljana, 9 December - Slovenian scientists have set out to better understand wild bees, whose role has long been neglected in agriculture even though they are in general more effective pollinators than honeybees. To achieve that, they are working on a design for the first monitoring of wild bees using advanced machine learning methods.

Ljubljana.
Researcher at Jožef Stefan Institute Anton Gradišek and Janez Grad, a doctor of mathematics and retired professor emeritus of computer science of the Ljubljana Faculty of Economics, who has bumblebees in his garden.
Photo: Anže Malovrh/STA

Ljubljana.
Doctor of mathematics and retired professor emeritus of computer science of the Ljubljana Faculty of Economics, who has bumblebees in his garden.
Photo: Anže Malovrh/STA

Ljubljana.
Bumblebees, in the garden of Janez Grad.
Photo: Anže Malovrh/STA

Ljubljana.
Bumblebees, in the garden of Janez Grad.
Photo: Anže Malovrh/STA

Ljubljana.
Bumblebees, in the garden of Janez Grad.
Photo: Anže Malovrh/STA

Ljubljana.
Bumblebees, in the garden of Janez Grad.
Photo: Anže Malovrh/STA

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