Facial Recognition Expands to Being Used to Follow Endangered Primates

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Most of us know of the common use for facial recognition: to tag people automatically in pictures, whether they’re being stored on our devices or being published to social media. But researchers at Michigan State University have found another use for facial recognition: to track endangered primates, which can be a more humane method than tracking devices. PrimNet The only way to tell if an animal species is still endangered, has become more endangered, or can be removed from the list, is by taking a rough count of all the animals in that certain species. “Intervention is necessary to halt

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