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Is animal-translation technology truly on the horizon?
2018-05-23T14:30:00Z - Dylan Kerr / Engadget
This "free choice" approach has been central to Reiss' work throughout her career. It's tempting to conclude from these findings that Reiss and McCowan taught the dolphins to use a kind of referential language. He towers over the dog, growls 'good dog' in a low-pitched voice and extends his hand above the dog's head. But there's also the question of whether or not dogs can really "talk" like we do in the first place. They talk with vocalizations, to some degree, but also with body posture, tail height and movement, facial (ear, eye and mouth) expressions, and with behavior.

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