THE NEURAL NETWORK COULD PROVIDE THE KEY TO COMMUNICATING WITH WHALES
An interdisciplinary team of scientists have launched a project with the goal of decoding and communicating with sperm whales.
That’s right. That scene from “Finding Nemo” might actually become a reality.
The initiative is called Project CETI (Cetacean Translation Initiative), and its goal is to use artificial intelligence in order to understand the language of whales, according to Hakai Magazine. More specifically, the team wants to decode the clicking sounds sperm whales use to communicate with one another, also known as “codas.”