Can you speak chicken? AI can translate for you
Researchers claim by using technology to analyze chicken’s vocalizations, they can decipher six distinct emotional states including hunger, fear, anger, contentment excitement, and distress with 80 percent accuracy.
Japanese researchers say they used AI to try and translate the noises of clucking chickens and learn whether they're excited, hungry, or scared
Researchers tested the system on 80 chickens for the study, which was led by a University of Tokyo professor.
An AI translates what chickens say
Communicating with other species is one of the goals of many scientists. It has been tried with dogs, non-human primates and dolphins, but so far with mixed success. Of course, there had never been tried with chickens. As detailed in a study yet not peer-reviewed, a team led by Adrian David Cheok from the University of Tokyo, devised a “system capable of interpreting several states emotional effects in hens, including hunger, fear, anger, satisf…
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