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I’m a data scientist and I can’t help but wonder if we can better organize all these random video clips. I’ve had an idea to address that.

Consider: There are countless 24hr livestreams of the sky from all around the globe. https://youtube.com/@earthcam

If we are monitoring these streams, we can use very simple image processing techniques to identify moving objects in the sky. Most will be birds or planes.

With a relatively small sample of data, we can build a classifier to filter out the birds, bugs, and planes. It won’t be perfect, but could filter out most of the junk. I do this stuff for a living. It’s very possible and almost trivial once we have data.

Then, the remaining data, the potential clips of UAPs, we make available on a public website and ask people to mark them as either possible UAPs or just junk, which we can then use to improve our filtering ability.

Eventually, we’ll be left with a collection of high quality, human-reviewed videos of UAPs, all in one place. Basically for the price of website and data maintenance.

Your feedback or collaboration would be welcome. This probably isn’t something I could pull off by myself.

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