The US Transportation Security Administration (TSA) on July 30 announced plans to roll out computed tomography scanners (CT) at a host of airports in cities across the US. The agency predicted that using CT scanners at checkpoints would lead to fewer bag checks, and that passengers may also be able to keep laptops and liquids in their carry-on luggage in the future. The 3D technology, which has long been used for medical imaging in hospitals, is intended to enhance detection capabilities ...

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