Cat’s Meow Into Human Language
Cat’s Meow Into Human Language : A former engineer at Amazon Alexa has created an app that can even translate your cat’s meow. An app called ‘Moutak’, which he developed, records the cat’s voice and tries to find out its meaning. Cat breeders can help with the leveling of the translation. They can help increase the vocabulary of cats in Artificial Intelligence (AI) software.
There are currently 13 phrases in this app’s dictionary. It contains sentences such as “Feed me”, “I’m angry” and “Leave me alone”.
What is cat language like?
Previous studies have shown that cats, like humans, do not have a common language. Cats’ meows vary according to their owner. They are much clearer than any other. So instead of a single database for cats, the translation of the app varies from cat to cat. After recording and marking the voice, AI and machine learning software can better understand each cat’s voice, and the more it is used, the more accurate the voice recognition becomes.
Javier Sanchez, technical program manager at app developer Aquelon Inc., said in a webinar that their ultimate goal is to develop a smart-color. The technology in the app instantly translates your cat’s voice and speaks to the human voice. Moutak records the cat’s meowing sound and tries to figure out what it means. Sanchez said the corona virus epidemic has made it difficult for people to stay at home.
“It will enable people to communicate with their cats or at least help them understand their cats’ desires and build important relationships,” he said. The app is available for free on both Google Play Store and Apple’s App Store. Users have given mixed reactions to this app as it is in the early stages of development.
Some have mentioned that an error has occurred in the app. Some have written that they like the app. Some experts believe that communication problems can occur as the app owner depends on how they spell the word cat. “We can probably never turn a cat’s mouse into a human word,” says Anita Kelsey, a cat expert and author of “Let’s Talk About Cats.” ‘