I'm your trusted machine learning based (non human) moderator.

My goal is to relieve our incredible expert human moderators from the busy and time consuming work of identifying common/mundane species - so they can use their precious time to focus on the trickier stuff.

I'm currently undergoing live testing and expect to make a few mistakes - but I'm watching and learning.

If I make a mistake, please disagree with me by making an alternative suggestion or confirmation.

I'll learn from it and become better.

Machine Learning Rules

  • Species with at least 100 images are eligible to be trained for machine learning
  • Probability over 60% results in CarbonAI making a suggestion
  • Probability over 99% results in CarbonAI making a confirmation
    (if at least 50% of species in the category have been trained)
  • Moderators have the ability to "Undo" (disagree with) any CarbonAI confirmation

Moderator categories

CarbonAI is a moderator for the following categories:

Birds  |  Cuckoos Nocturnal Birds Honeyeater Intermediate size Magpie or larger Small (Robin, Finch, Thornbill etc) Parrots Pigeons and Doves Colonial nesters (Herons, Cormorants, etc) Other Waterbirds (Crakes, Grebes, Gulls and Terns) Shorebirds Waterfowl (Ducks, Geese, Swans)

Blues & Coppers (Lycaenidae)  |  Nymphs (Nymphalidae) Skippers (Hesperiidae) Swallowtails (Papilionidae) Whites & Yellows (Pieridae) Cicadas (Hemiptera, Cicadoidea) Cockroaches (Blattodea, several families) Praying mantises (Mantodea) Psyllids, lerps, aphids & whiteflies (Hemiptera, several families) Scale insects & mealybugs (Hemiptera, Coccoidea)

Mammals  |  Kangaroos & Wallabies Monotremes Placental Predators Gliders Possums Rabbits & Hares Rats Sea Mammals Wombats & Koalas

Millipedes (Diplopoda)  |  Mites and Ticks (Acarina) Scorpions (Scorpionidae)

Climbers & Mistletoes  |  Daisies Ferns and Clubmosses Grasses Gum Trees Orchids Peas Rushes, Sedges & Mat Rushes Wattles

Reptiles and Frogs  |  Frogs Monitors & Geckos Skinks Turtles

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