By Olivia Carville
Australian technology designed to avoid killing the animals arrives amid warming oceans that make human-shark interaction more likely.
Can technology protect you from the jaws of a one-ton great white shark?
Several Australian tech startups say yes. They’re using artificial intelligence, drones and electric force fields to try and prevent sharks from eating human bathers.
Officials in the U.S. are watching the technological advancements keenly, aware that climate change is altering shark migration patterns and threatening to push great whites ever closer to U.S. shores. This summer, sharks have attacked teenagers on beaches from California to New York.
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