Do you mean “whales”? The project uses artificial intelligence to communicate with the giants of the seas
October 29, 2021
Extract from the animation “Finding Nemo”. Credit: Disney – Pixar, 2003
If one day you find a “little kid” like that at sea (and your defense instincts don’t tell you to swim too far), you can do like Dory from Finding Nemo and try a “whale”. For this, you can use an Artificial Intelligence program that allows the decoding of the language between whales and humans.
Yes, it is possible, according to an interdisciplinary team of scientists who launched the North American Cetacean Translation Initiative (CETI) project, with the aim of decoding and communicating with sperm whales.
In free translation, CETI stands for Cetacean Translation Initiative, and aims to use AI as a tool to understand the language of whales.