In this section, we are going to see the steps taken for performing Active learning and how the performance of… Read more Detection of Orca calls using Active Learning: GSoC progress report #2
On Saturday, July 18, 2020, Orcasound participated in “Summer Create-a-thon”, a hackathon run by DemocracyLab. Our goal was to design… Read more Orcasound’s Orca Sound Training Interface
Thanks to Orca Network — both for hosting the Bush Point hydrophone and for alerting the network (via a post… Read more Happy 4th! Bigg’s killer whales heard at Bush Point
I am Kunal Mehta currently in my final year of Computer Engineering in Mumbai, India. I am passionate about the… Read more Detection of Orca calls using Active Learning: GSoC progress report #1
I’m Jorge Diego Rodríguez, student in my 4th year of B.S. in Digital Systems and Robotics Engineering at Tecnológico de… Read more GSoC’s active learning tool: progress after 1 month
Building on the successful generation of Orcasound open-source software through hackathons during 2018-2019, Orcasound applied in early 2020 to be… Read more Orcasound becomes host for Google Summer of Code students
Thanks to multiple hall-of-fame Orcasound hackers joining forces with a few Orcasound Google Summer of Code students yesterday, we’re excited… Read more Orcasound 2.0 launched via all-virtual hackathon
This evening Val and Leslie Veirs of the Orcasound Lab node reported hearing humpback whale sounds. Here is a sample… Read more First Orcasound recording of humpback song in Haro during January!
As of Monday (12/16/2019), new and vastly improved hydrophones are now operating at Bush Point B&B on Whidbey Island. Because… Read more New Lab-core hydrophones on the Bush Point B&B pilings!
In a year when Southern Resident killer whales have been scarce in the inland waters of Washington, today was a… Read more K & L pods call in boat noise at Orcasound Lab