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In China, The Geese Are Police

23/07/2013

These new officers are fowl. While police departments and other government agencies around the U.S. and in Europe are looking (...)
These new officers are fowl. While police departments and other government agencies around the U.S. and in Europe are looking to invest in drones and robots to turbocharge their surveillance and security fleets, police in one part of China are trying out a type of security guard that’s decidedly anti-tech, running on a type of intelligence that’s far from artificial: geese. “Among all poultry, geese [are known] for being extremely vigilant and having excellent hearing,” a police chief from Xinjiang province--an area of China marked by ethnic violence--whose force has added geese to its ranks, told a Chinese-language news site (which was translated by The Telegraph) “Geese are very brave. They spread their wings and will attack any strangers entering [someone’s] home"Read Full Story    
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