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Shark scientists pit robot against human | DNews

curated by | August 5, 2013


Autonomous underwater robots have the ability to track tagged sharks at a smart distance and measure all kinds of crucial data using sophisticated sensors. But how does it compare to a human in a boat who’s trained to track sharks? Two scientists in California pitted them against each other to find out.

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