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Pest controllers use face recognition to track rodents as population in Britain hits 150million


Have you seen this rat? Pest controllers use face recognition to track pesky rodents as population in Britain hits 150million

  • High-tech cameras can identify individual rodents by comparing differences in the shape of their heads
  • Their cameras use technology similarly used by police forces to find criminals
  • The UK rat population rose by about 25% in recent years to around 150 million

Pest controllers are using the latest facial recognition technology to tackle Britain’s booming population of rats.

High-tech cameras can identify individual rodents by comparing tiny differences in the shape of their heads as well as their colouring. The cameras are concealed at infestation hotspots.

The British rat population has grown by about 25 per cent in recent years to…



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