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Robots are to mass produce test-tube pigs

Chinese scientists have developed the world’s first process to clone pigs for the meat industry, completely using artificial intelligence and robots. If the technology proves ready for mass production, the People’s Republic could soon become independent of imports. Cloning could also prove useful for testing new drugs or preserving endangered species, researchers from the College of Artificial Intelligence at Nankai University in Tianjin announce.

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