Animal Behavior Clinics Of Alabama

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Animal Behavior Clinics Of Alabama
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2864 Acton Rd
Birmingham, AL 35243
(205) 422-6727

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We'll see. Skilled, experienced people can get a lot of information from body posture, facial expression and vocalizations. Some might be possible through AI. http://www.techtimes.com/articles/218841/20180115/pet-translator-scientist-developing-device-to-convert-dog-barks-into-english-language.htm
An AI algorithm can convert the vocalizations of prairie dogs into English. Now, animal behavior expert Con Slobodchikoff is working on a pet translator that can translate a dog's barks into human language. When will this device become available?

https://www.the-scientist.com/?articles.view/articleNo/51287/title/Like-Humans--Walruses-and-Bats-Cuddle-Infants-on-Their-Left-Sides/&utm_campaign=TS_DAILY%20NEWSLETTER_2018&utm_source=hs_email&utm_medium=email&utm_content=59919605&_hsenc=p2ANqtz-_d0ZC_4ogOPRgmxMlguohV_vY6Ptuf3KYxXUXv2kbnVveTzrEc6iImqJ6A1vTa6yA3YtVbwCVNp8Rgvc54LpKg6MNCKA&_hsmi=59919605/
These mothers and babies keep each other in their left visual fields during maternal care, which aids right-hemisphere processing.

http://chicagotonight.wttw.com/2017/12/14/why-do-animals-including-humans-play-chicago-researcher-explores
From siblings with snowballs to wrestling chimpanzees, playful behavior is usually easy to spot. But the question of why we play – and whether we all play for the same reasons – is less apparent.

http://www.americanveterinarian.com/news/could-your-dogs-tongue-be-telling-you-something?utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=American%20Vet%20enews%20-%20Unsponsored%20-%2012-15-17&utm_content=American%20Vet%20enews%20-%20Unsponsored%20-%2012-15-17+CID_3a967c81a8e5b6b4d7092be8828c80ca&utm_source=Campaign%20Monitor&utm_term=Could%20Your%20Dogs%20Tongue%20Be%20Telling%20You%20Something

More in a continuing stream of research. Dogs REALLY pay attention to the behavior of their human companions. https://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/canine-corner/201711/do-dogs-respond-more-accurately-words-or-gestures
Should you use a voice command or a signal when directing a dog?