Researchers say that, in the future, mute people could be trained to generate signals with their throats that the device would translate into speech
This could be especially important for understanding the species, since relatively little is known about their social behavior
The group’s report helps governmental agencies and provides updates for people whose lives will be affected by new developments in AI
FOXP2, a gene implicated in affecting speech and language, is held up as a textbook example of positive selection on a human-specific trait
Families planning a visit to the Canada Science and Technology Museum in Ottawa now have the opportunity to participate in cutting-edge scientific research.
Collaboration addresses major bottlenecks in prior authorization and medical review
As business becomes increasingly global, there is a growing need to communicate in multiple languages and understand multiple cultures
A new study suggests that over a third of new scientific reports are published in languages other than English, which can result in these findings being overlooked