NSF features UMaine research using AI to monitor forests

The National Science Foundation (NSF) featured research from the University of Maine that shows how artificial intelligence could be a cost-effective and energy-efficient tool to monitor and manage Maine’s forests as part of their NSF Science Now video series. Ali Abedi, principal investigator of the recent study and professor of electrical and computer engineering at the University of Maine, and Aaron Weiskittel, one of the study’s collaborators and professor of forest biometrics and modeling at the University of Maine’s School of Forest Resources, were featured in the video.