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New AI Technology Allows Farmers to Easily Identify Individual Wagyu Cows by Scanning Their Noses

Newly developed AI technology will allow wagyu farmers in Japan to easily identify individual cows by scanning the patterns on their noses.

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Mark KennedyMark Kennedy

Mark Kennedy is a native of Chicago who has spent more than 20 years living, studying and working in J...

Kevin MurasakiKevin Murasaki

Kevin Murasaki grew up moving back and forth between Chicago and Yokohama, Japan. Known as a "hafu", Kevi...

Kristen BarrettKristen Barrett

Kristen is a Michigan-born, LA-based writer. She studied abroad in Japan during college and taught English ...

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Born in England, Julian is a writer, videographer & musician living in Tokyo. When he's not drinking cop...

Yasu MatsunoYasu Matsuno

Founder of Japan Insider (Previously known as Ryu Tokyo). Japanese-born entrepreneur. Spent his life around...

Christian DakinChristian Dakin

Christian Dakin is a south Georgia-born writer, designer, and translator currently based out of Tokyo, Ja...

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