Ground-sniffing robot may give tracker dogs a run for their money

Could scent-tracking sniffer dogs be out of a job? Well, perhaps eventually. Scientists from Japan’s Kyushu University have developed a prototype robot that can detect and follow odors left on the ground, such as those deposited in footprints…
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