AIMS South Africa, the National Research Foundation, and the South African Radio Astronomy Observatory are teaming up to provide a scholarship for an African student to study machine learning and bioacoustics. The student will collaborate with a team of researchers in Muizenberg, South Africa, to investigate how machine learning can be used to detect and classify animal sounds using audio data. The scholarship is for a Master’s degree and is open to South African students or students from one of eight other African countries. The scholarship covers tuition, travel, and a laptop, and the student must have a bachelor’s degree in a related field as well as strong programming skills. To apply, the student must provide a CV, proof of their bachelor’s degree, and a letter expressing their interest in the project. The application deadline is not specified.

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