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Earth Species Project

Berkeley, CA | http://EarthSpecies.org
Joined in April 2021

About Us

The Earth Species Project (ESP) is a nonprofit dedicated to decoding animal communication and translating non-human language.

We work with biologists and machine learning researchers, including luminaries from Cornell, Imperial College of London, Simons Institute, University of Oxford, MIT, UC Davis, Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute, the Internet Archive, and the Jane Goodall Institute.

We have the honor to be supported by some of the world’s most forward-looking philanthropists and groups, including the Internet Archive, and TED Audacious 2020, as a founding member of Project CETI, a seven-year multi-university collaboration. Our work has been the subject of NPR's Invisibilia documentary, “Two Heart Beats a Minute” and “How to Talk to Animals” on Wall Street Journal’s The Future of Everything. 

This earth-shot aims to enable every person to more deeply understand our co-inhabitants on Earth and in so doing, to permanently alter human perspective and culture.

The Earth Species Project (ESP) is a nonprofit dedicated to decoding animal communication and translating non-human language.

We work with biologists and machine learning researchers, including luminaries from Cornell, Imperial…

Issue Areas Include

  • Animals
  • Climate Change
  • Environment & Sustainability
  • Research & Social Science
  • Science & Technology

Location

  • 1536 Oxford St, Berkeley, CA 94709, USA
    Unit 3

Current listings by Earth Species Project

JobsLocationDate Posted
Director of DevelopmentBerkeley, CAApril 22, 2021

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