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Gorse could soon provide protein to millions.

In order to maintain international fish stocks, a Dutch research team has developed a new system in tandem with the UN.

It uses artificial intelligence to identify different species of fish (a similar system already exists for insects).

In the Nile Basin, information is currently being collected on the size, weight and species of catches.

Fishing companies will be able to access the data via app, and support the system by uploading photos of their own catch.

If everyone knows what’s in the water, overfishing could be prevented. Targeted creation of breeding grounds could help preserve rare species.

These nets help reduce bycatch. Pineapples, meanwhile, can boost resistance in aquacultured fish.

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