Dog vs. machine: Who’s a better bomb detector? (video)

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WASHINGTON, March 22, 2021 — What’s better at finding a hidden bomb — a dog or an electronic chemical detector? In this episode, the Reactions team travels to the U.S. Naval Research Laboratory to find out: https://youtu.be/TRwqOFHOjac.

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