Bees and Pattern Recognition
Pattern recognition skills in bees are so advanced they can recognise human faces better than we can
The pattern recognition skills of bees are well-known, thought to have evolved to enable them to discriminate between different types of flowers.
As social insects, they can also recognise and differentiate between their hivemates.
Now a recent study shows that these capabilities are so powerful that bees can recognize human faces better than some humans and with one-ten thousandth of the brain cells.
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