‘Each dog has a unique nose’: South Korea tests out ‘nose print’ ID for national pet registration

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A South Korean company has developed a biometric recognition tool allowing dogs to be identified by their nose prints. Once pet owners register the nose pattern and general information of their dog into an app called “Anipuppy”, the information can be easily recalled by scanning the dog’s nose print. “It’s a 3D biometric algorithm based on AI (artificial intelligence) and deep learning that we have now put into smartphones so that you can take pictures of the nose patterns and use it to identify each animal,” said Sujin Choi, director of iSciLab Corporation. With the new technology, which the …

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