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HOW IT STARTED: HOW ITS GOING: 2 years ago, the future members of @ProjectCETI met to discuss studying whale communication Today @DomWhale trialed new suction cup tags built by @hseas with family Unit R off #Dominica Big ideas to on the water in 2 years! @TheAudaciousPrj https://t.co/9B8pdRdACt
In 2014, Explorer and marine biologist David Gruber (@luminescentlabs) and his team discovered a hidden universe of deep sea fluorescence — identifying more than 180 new species of biofluorescent fish (including the first biofluorescent sea turtle!) https://t.co/8PMFx4yzku
''[Sperm whales] have a neocortex & spindle cells, structure that in humans control our higher thoughts: emotions, memory, language & love'. Got v excited listening to @ProjectCETI on the prospect of using AI to translate whales' codas & talk back to them https://t.co/Z5hMCQKYMx
Researchers are developing non-invasive soft devices to attach to the whales and record their speech, in the hopes of understanding their language and eventually talking back https://t.co/bPv3wAJ0Iz @ProjectCETI @wyssinstitute @RadInstitute @DomWhale https://t.co/uWTTtBHzTk
What if humans could communicate with #whales? @projectceti is working with Texas A&M GERG to build 3 massive buoys & moorings, deployed in 2,000-2,500 meters of water, to monitor & understand whales' vocalizations: https://t.co/9AOSKXcHwX #tamu #AggieGeoscientists https://t.co/zlISaCALdt
In the conversational clicks of sperm whales, oceanographic eavesdroppers heard echoes of Morse code. With @ProjectCETI, researchers are exploring if robotics and machine learning could unlock their secrets. #MorseCodeDay (via @CraigAWelch @Brian_Skerry) https://t.co/q1bJrnHe2R
[SOUND UP] Sperm whales communicate using rhythmic series of clicks, heard here. @ProjectCETI will try to understand and talk back to the species with the largest brain on the planet. The project was hatched in part here at Radcliffe! Click through. https://t.co/L1v6FKE5uo https://t.co/cIzaLlBwGt
What if humans could communicate with #whales? @projectceti is working with Texas A&M GERG to build 3 massive buoys & moorings, deployed in 2,000-2,500 meters of water, to monitor & understand whales' vocalizations: https://t.co/y1wnsxhHR1 #tamu #AggieGeoscientists https://t.co/sayi31BfX3
Natgeo article on Project CETI (Cetacean Translation Initiative) https://t.co/S6q9qKykst and effort to decode whale language https://t.co/ascGm1BJ5b AI + Animal communication is fascinating. Maybe human to whale conversations is on 2028 Bingo Card?
Read about @Baruch_Weissman @GC_CUNY Professor David Gruber's project using #AI to understand the communication of sperm whales. “Project CETI is a human journey into our relationship with other creatures on the planet,” Gruber says. #EarthDay https://t.co/P7cYNQ17XQ https://t.co/SghqGPQV85
With #ArtificialIntelligence & study of sperm #whales, #scientists in Project CETI (Cetacean Translation Initiative) hope to decode what the #aliens of deep are talking about. This is likely the largest interspecies communication effort in #history 🐳😱 https://t.co/2zNJRMYjQV
I write often about #climatechange. Doing so is a privilege, especially for @NatGeo. But we (*I*) also need reminding sometimes that the natural world is a place of wonder and mystery. I've been lucky to get to explore that thru the marvel of sperm whales in 4 stories. A 🧵