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Hey all, I'm a graduate student using drones for conservation/habitat mapping, and I'm hoping to crowdsource some images for a neural network I'm training to identify suburban/run down urban mosquito habitat. We're trying to understand whether vector control agencies might be able to use drones to monitor aedes albopictus habitat and do automatic image recognition for hotspots like open containers, trash piles, abandoned tires, etc, especially near mosquito traps tested positive for albopictus. These mosquitos are the ones responsible, with aegypti, for the spread of Zika, Dengue, Chikungunya, etc, but only fly 150-300 feet in their lifetimes, and always live near people. These diseases haven't really made it to the states yet, but albopictus are here and moving northward. If you have any (aerial) photos of (your own) backyard or other semi-urban areas with open containers like big trash bits, buckets, tires, trash piles, canoes, etc, and would be willing to let me use them to train the network, I'd really appreciate any help I can get. The methods are sound (right now, networks are built and tested, just need to be sufficiently trained -- for those curious, I'm looking at VGG16 for straight classification and Faster RCNN and 100 Layers of Tiramisu for image segmentation). We are planning to validate our results with entomologists collecting larvae samples toward the end of the summer. I'm storing them all in a box account right now -- photos can be emailed directly to email@example.com (I know it looks like spam; it isn't, I swear), or if you'd like any more information on my research, feel free write me here or contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org Thanks in advance, Elizabeth