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Dogs could 'talk' using AI within 10 years

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Jon the frog
On 1/17/2018 at 11:12 AM, UFOwatcher said:

People may be disappointed at the limited primal things a dog has to say to them....

They will probably doing a lot of censuring ...

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toast

Known already:

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Nostrodumbass

My dog looks very intelligent and I imagine we could debate the existence of god at length, and then I'l have to rename him Richard Dawgkins.

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Krater

Oh, good. Then your dog can tell you that it thinks poo is delicious. 

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ChaosRose

What would be better is if we could talk to them.

They're just fireworks, you're not gonna die would be great to convey, somehow. 

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Lilly
On 1/15/2018 at 6:07 AM, acute said:

I've said this before, but it's worth a second outing.....

Very few animals have the equipment in the right place to be able to talk, but dogs have it all!  They are quite capable of speech, but they don't have the brains for it.

Not exactly, dogs are very much linguistically capable in that they can associate words to objects, actions and  specific situations. What their brains can't do is to utilize speech in the complex emotional and temporal manner that humans can...that they simply do not 'have the brains for'. 

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