Tooting my own horn Re Sheep

New article on non-surgical AI in sheep published. I’m a Co-Author. Link will go pay only after 18 August.
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Critical factors for non-surgical artificial insemination in sheep

This is the sort of stuff that my LambTracker program is designed to support. Collection of detailed data on individual sheep to improve flock performance.

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Will that work for my staff? :wink:

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only if they Baaa a lot.

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You could train that behaviour. Just sayin’…

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Congratulations :tada::champagne:!

…,…

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It’s certainly a different kind of AI than we normally discuss around here

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Not only is this very cool, but it’s maybe the best thread title in the forum.

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You’ve heard of a wolf in sheep’s clothing? This is Wolfie in a sheep’s threads.

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As a pastor, this idea appeals to me quite a bit.

Note: the English word pastor comes from the word for pasture and also the word for feed.

I also found it amusing that, in this instance, A.I was not “Artificial Intelligence” as one might assume on a nerd forum.

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Congratulations! The article is nicely done.


JJW

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… and this is why just skimming the first sentence of the first couple of posts in a topic to get a sense of it is a bad idea…

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Well, they make a lot of other sounds! :wink:

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