Why is there still no interpreter of animal language?
All kind time of day. Wondered this question, why in this modern age of big data and the progress of the ins so far there is no retailiatory from animal language? I was just wondering is it possible to do something on the similarity of the smartphone for dogs with gyro and sound recording which will transmit data to the ins. Use something like samoorganizatsiya cards plus recursive neural networks for communication with partners dog behavior and predicting its desires? Maybe there are some pitfalls?
First, the language of animals (birds, dolphins, wolves, others want) is well studied.
Secondly, the device to translate dog and cat do the Japanese (look online).
About one pitfall heard they have dialects. Eg. a flock of birds (of some kind) from one forest may not understand neighbors. Ie it may be that the Japanese translator will work well with Japanese dogs, but with our not very. Although, who knows - it is necessary to try.
Daphne_Roob answered on July 8th 19 at 11:20
No language, no interpreter.
Kyleigh_Hills answered on July 8th 19 at 11:22
Apparently, not enough sensors to collect data of this kind to create a correctly functioning product.
And besides, according to most, the dog:
1. money will not bring
2. will not do something she would say
3. she is unable to do more than is already known at the moment
Analogue: that is, all the same what to buy batteries for big money and "carry" them (design time to final product) to a broken toy.
My opinion is totally opposite!
I am only "FOR"!
Titus_Kuhlman76 answered on July 8th 19 at 11:24
Animals communicate not only by voice, and some even without cost.