Scientists use computers trained with deep learning to find out what is in pictures. While the computers can identify some of the pictures correctly, they aren't always right. Humans, however, are very good at deciding what is in pictures. You can help scientists by classifying the images that the computer doesn't understand.
“ Hundreds of camera traps in Serengeti National Park, Tanzania, are providing a powerful new window into the dynamics of Africa's most elusive wildlife species. We need your help to classify all the different animals caught in millions of camera trap images. ” -- from www.snapshotserengeti.org
Restoration of tropical forests cannot be done without appropriate root fungi. It is known that trees and many other plants such as ferns, mosses and orchids need root fungi for their survival and growth. By screening roots for fungi, researchers can see if changes occur in reforested and natural areas and learn about the health of these forests.