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Face Recognition Ids Chimps from Photos

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Chimp face recognition

With a group of 24 chimpanzees at Leipzig Zoo in Germany, the scientists achieved a facial recognition rate of 83%.

Credit: Dr. Tobias Deschner - MPI EVA (2009), Ta Nationalpark

Facial recognition isn't just for humans anymore; similar programs run on apes could help park rangers help identify chimps and gorillas, scientists have found.

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