Using AI to improve integrated pest management
Cereal Pest AID is a University of Idaho project that uses smart phones and artificial intelligence to automate identification of insect pests that cost cereal crop growers millions of dollars each year. These pests threaten wheat and common rotation crops including peas, chickpeas, barley, oilseeds including rapeseed, canola and mustard, among others.
Submit Training Set Imagery
We need your help collecting photographs of pests and beneficial insects observed in cereal cropping systems (cereals and rotation crops) throughout the region. These photos will be used to train our computer algorithm to enable the system to generate accurate identifications of unknown samples.