Military is hoping for computerized training for bomb-sniffing dogs

01/31/2012 | Wired.com

Dogs are the best bomb detectors the Army has, with an 80% success rate, and the government hopes to cut training costs and increase the numbers of trained animals by using innovative software instead of human trainers. Dogs take up to two years of conditioning by a human handler before entering the bomb-sniffing ranks.

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