Dolphin researcher is developing a 2-way communication method

09/21/2011 | New York Times (tiered subscription model), The

Dr. Denise Herzing, who has spent 25 years at the helm of the Wild Dolphin Project, will next year test a system that would allow humans and dolphins to communicate back and forth in real time. The physical system, being developed by artificial intelligence scientists at Georgia Tech, is comprised of a computer researchers can wear underwater that can make and record dolphin sounds, as well as distinguish those sounds in real time. The system also aims to pinpoint which dolphin is making any given sound, a challenge due to the fact dolphins seldom open their mouths.

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