AI for the forest
Protection of nature
An AI tool to protect trees from infestation
IDENTIFYING INFECTED TREES FROM NON-INFECTED ONES, EFFICIENTLY, QUICKLY AND ACCURATELY TO SAVE THEM FROM CONTAMINATION
The Holmen forest company developed an AI tool that proved to be an opportunity to save trees in Sweden from the spruce bark beetle, a tiny four-millimetre insect causing 350 million euros of damage.
Holmen’s software analyses satellite images and spots the infested trees, with the help of image
- Finding over 80% of the infested trees
- Saving months of manual field work
- Preserving large amounts of value in the wood
A non-binary person is living its emotions and fighting gravity in dance whilst being scanned by AI. As a result, artificial emotions are being projected through their face which features no mimicry leaving the person in a state of transcendent confusion. Artificial emotional intelligence is already widely used by marketing experts to manipulate humanity into willing consumers.
Digital performance, exhibited in Athens for Festival Miden and Jönköping Museum, Sweden, (2020).
AI scanning dance performance.
J. Waller (b. 1994, Gothenburg, Sweden) is a non-binary artist who lives and works between Berlin and
J. Waller expresses themselves through textile installations, video art and dance. With their identity and
perspective, they wish to rework textiles as a material away from female gendered associations. They often
use the internet to seek an understanding of new rooms where art can flourish.