An avenue of using AI to communicate with animals: A peep into Dr Dolittles machines
There have been various suggestions and innovations about speaking to animals, however, it seems we are getting closer than we think.
Animals and Humans communication: An ongoing research
A top animal rights proponent, John Lillys attempts to talk to animals, specifically dolphins have made many people interested in this endeavor. With various innovations which spans over decades, none as worked even telepath.
His failures have spurred some people to do more research on the possibility of communicating with Animals. While some feel that it is impossible to do so as humans’ methods of communication are different from animals. A few experts think this barrier could still be lifted soon via the human-animal language impediment, which is fueled not by psychedelic optimism, but by the development of artificial intelligence. These experts hope that this relationship with the animal will change for the future.
Dr. Dolittle machines: How AI can help humans commune with animals
Decoding animal language will be the next creative thinking, says Michael Bronstein at Imperial College UK. He believes with the right time, data, and equipment invested, it is very possible to talk to animals. Recently innovated AIs learn language patterns generated via vast amounts of big data. Will 2021 see real communication between animals and humans? Only time will tell.
AI will work effectively with language as we can see with various applications like Grammarly and Hemingway which complete sentences and check spellings. Even some browsers can complete sentences for us, Google also has voice assistants that decode our commands.
Furthermore, decoding animal language will be the next step, says Michael Bronstein at Imperial College Uk. He believes with the right time, data, and equipment invested, it is very possible to talk to animals. Recently innovated AIs learn language patterns generated via vast amounts of big data. Will 2021 see real communication between animals and humans, only time will tell.