(Worthy News) – A new facial recognition and biometric system – like those used on people – is coming into use in various dairy farms in Israel, but unlike its purpose in humans, in cows it will be used to identify if the animal is in distress.
The data, new studies and a lot of information about the industry will be presented at the annual cattle and sheep science conference, which is taking place this week.
The conference was organized by the Department of Cattle and the Department of Sheep in the Training and Professional Service (SHAM) in the Ministry of Agriculture in cooperation with the Department of Cattle and Sheep Research in the Directorate of Agricultural Research. [ Source: World Israel News (Read More…) ]
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