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AI trained to study individual birds in wild populations Using artificial intelligence, biologists can now train computers to recognise individual birds in wild populations by their feather formations – good news for conservation biology. 07 Aug 2020
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Running into COVID-19 chaos UCT’s Dr Lauren Lai King has been given an opportunity to show her mettle when she assumed the role of course convenor amid a pandemic. 07 Aug 2020
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COVID-19: collective experiences UCT’s Mandla Majola was diagnosed with COVID-19. After weeks of battling to overcome the illness, he was interviewed by iALARM colleague Myrna van Pinxteren and shared his story. 07 Aug 2020 Republished
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‘Economic inequality begets academic inequality’ The 54th TB Davie Memorial Lecture, delivered by Cornell University’s Professor Ravi Kanbur, explored the implications of rising inequality for academic freedom. 06 Aug 2020