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Varroa determination

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In a seminar today we discussed how to decide if an object is a varroa mite or not. Though in Swedish you may find interesting images. For instance the first image is a bee louse not a mite. And region 2157 further down is not a varroa. What do you think it is? Any suggestions…(Read More)

For the first time ever an app can detect the queen. Its very easy to use and lightning fast. The analyse takes 100 milliseconds and in total just a few seconds depending on your internet connection. We soon will add; bees-with-varroa, bees with deformed wings and several other features…(Read More)

Two major breakthroughs

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Two major breakthroughs this week: The testing material used to validate neural network training has for the first time shown correctness 100% in combination with 100% accuracy. We have for the first time received correct and verified proposals of previously , by man , unmarked bees with varroa. We arer commensing desig of protocol and…(Read More)

Two promising results from training today. The neuron net may be described as a baby learning to talk. Very varying, sometimes nothing is detected sometimes all varroa! Very promising progress. (It is the neuronnet that has labeled varroa in the images not a human) Results are especially interesting since the images didnt come from the…(Read More)

Teorem introduces itself

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Our partner Teorem AB has updated its site. (Only in Swedish yet) Teorem describes its focus on machine learning and Deep Learning. Teorem has cutting edge technology based on its own research…(Read More)

Tagger – New revolutionary tool launching For the first time beekeepers around the world can collaborate combating Varro destructor thanks to Kickstarter. BeeScanning is building the largest database of visually tagged photographs of bees. You can help in the following ways: • Upload photographs of your bees • Inspect and visually tag features: varroa mites,…(Read More)

New tool emerging

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Next week a new tool will launch that enables beekeepers to upload images of bees and label parasites with a polygon tool. This information will the be used training the artificial neuron network. (Deep Learning technology…(Read More)

The initial training of the neuron net is as descibed in the image below, the only difference is that a human has to cut bees with varroa on, and for that we are building a superfast tool. The image just describes how the neuron net works but then again there is a layer above with…(Read More)