Software detects difference between shampoo, explosives

Friday, 11 August 2006, 3:22 PM EST

You may think your new shampoo is "the bomb" -- but to an airport security guard looking at it under X-ray machine, it may very well look like an actual bomb.

However, a company in Virginia has technology that can help airport security screeners determine whether a container of liquid is an explosive as it passes through airport X-ray machines.

At Computerworld.

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