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Facial recognition can help conserve seals, scientists say

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Facial recognition technology is mostly associated with uses such as surveillance and the authentication of human faces, but scientists believe they’ve found a new use for it — saving seals.
Published 2 months ago · New York, United States

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Facial recognition can help conserve seals, scientists say

Facial recognition technology is mostly associated with uses such as surveillance and the authentication of human faces, but scientists believe they’ve found a new use for it — saving seals.

2 months ago·United States
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Facial recognition can help conserve seals, scientists say

Facial recognition technology is mostly associated with uses such as surveillance and the authentication of human faces, but a group of scientists believe they’ve found a new use for it: saving seals

2 months ago·United States
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Facial recognition can help conserve seals, scientists say

FREEPORT, Maine >> Facial recognition technology is mostly associated with uses such as surveillance and the authentication of human faces, but scientists believe they’ve found a new use for it — saving seals.

2 months ago·Honolulu, United States
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Facial recognition can help conserve seals, scientists say

Cataloguing seal faces and using machine learning to identify them can also help scientists get a better idea of where in the ocean seals are located, a biology professor says

2 months ago·Canada
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Facial recognition can help conserve seals, scientists say

Facial recognition technology is mostly associated with uses such as surveillance and the authentication of human faces, but scientists believe they've found a new use for it — saving seals.A research team at Colgate University has developed SealNet, a database of seal faces created by taking pictures of dozens of harbor seals in Maine's Casco Bay. The team found the tool's accuracy in identifying the marine mammals is close to 100%, which is no…

2 months ago·Detroit, United States
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Facial recognition can help conserve seals, scientists say

Facial recognition technology is mostly associated with uses such as surveillance and the authentication of human faces, but scientists believe they've found a new use for it — saving seals.A research team at Colgate University has developed SealNet, a database of seal faces created by taking pictures of dozens of harbor seals in Maine's Casco Bay. The team found the tool's accuracy in identifying the marine mammals is close to 100%, which is no…

2 months ago·Miami, United States
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