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Application: EnSight Software Helps Researchers Develop Artificial Sniffer Technology
Posted Fri October 03, 2008 @08:19AM
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Application From law enforcement to cancer detection, the uncanny ability of dogs to sniff out the earliest signs of danger and disease is receiving ever-increasing attention by researchers with good reason.

Despite tremendous advances in law enforcement technology, there is still no man-made tool that can detect the presence of explosives quite like a canine's sophisticated sniffing system. Some experts believe it exceeds the human sense of smell by a factor of at least 10,000 and possibly as much as 100,000. (1) Even in today's high-tech world, trained dogs are still the best bomb detectors.

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