Ohhh come on. Really? I mean come on.
I've had the same product idea for translating death metal into English.
Let's get this technology perfected on human thoughts first b4 we try to get it to work on animals.
Reminds me of a certain kids movie... "Steve!" -> "Shrimpanzee!" -> "STEVE!!!"
I really don't want to know what humans think, you think I need my dog bothering me?
KOwen; I understand what you are saying but some peoples priorities are different than others some people might want to know what their pets are thinking and not very much worried what other humans are thinking. Dog's may think differently than humans but if they can figure out what a dog is thinking there would be a lot less to program than a human as we have very long and complex thought patterns. The biggest reason to cheer them on in this effort is because anything they learn will eventually trickle up to use for humans. Research in this field really wouldn't be a waste no matter what their intended audience is. My complaint is I want a version for cats =D
Hahaha... I betcha the final product will amount to nothing more than a random phrase (thought) generator. :D
Woof! -- Hello!
Woof-woof! -- Goodbye!
Wuf-wuf! -- Hungry!
Grrrrr-woof! -- Very Hungry!
Grrrrrrrrrrr! -- Cat!
woof -- Stroke me!
Don't you think that the cat version would just be all expletives and put-downs, though? ;)
You are the future. I don't even know how they manage to put up the lyrics. there must be some translator out there already.
Scolaner; rofl maybe! But it would be funny to listen to! I have two cats who I would like to think would just complain about food and me sitting around all the time.
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