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Artificial Intelligence Improves Fossil Finds

AI-Fossil Finders: The Research Team Robert Anemone, Charles Emerson, and Glenn Conroy are the researchers behind this new method of finding fossils.Robert Anemone is Professor of Anthropology and Charles Emerson is Associate Professor of Geography both at Western Michigan University.Glenn Conroy is Professor of Anatomy and Anthropology at Washington University Schoolof Medicine, in St. Louis, MO. Decoded Science: Did you train the software through supervised learning, unsupervised learning, or a combination of the two? Supervised Learning, Unsupervised Learning, or Both? Programmers can use supervised learning, unsupervised learning, or a combination of both.

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