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Scientists say new AI can translate what chickens are saying

  • Researchers in Japan have developed an AI system that can decipher the emotional states of chickens with 80% accuracy by analyzing their vocalizations.
  • The team used a cutting-edge AI technique called Deep Emotional Analysis Learning (DEAL) to understand and label the emotional states, including hunger, fear, anger, contentment, excitement, and distress. They believe this technology can be applied to other animals as well, improving animal welfare in various industries.
  • The findings of the study have the potential to improve veterinary medicine, enhance conditions in poultry farming, facilitate human-animal interaction, and contribute to animal behavior research. The researchers also plan to create a free app for farmers to communicate with their chickens using this technology.
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