A new real-time translator allows speakers of English to communicate with speakers of what language?

Answer: dolphin

by News Staff / April 9, 2014

Built by Thad Starner at the Georgia Institute of Technology, the Cetacean Hearing and Telemetry (CHAT) device uses software to analyze the whistles and clicks of dolphins. Researchers are still figuring out how dolphins communicate, but it’s hoped that this pattern-discovery research will help reveal how dolphins communicate and lead to a reliable way to communicate with them.