@NatGeo
National Geographic
8 days ago
With fellow Nat Geo Explorers @sgero, and Robert Wood and other scientists, @ProjectCETI is applying machine learning and robotics to listen to and translate the communication of whales https://t.co/CTKyof5dwS
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@NatGeo
National Geographic
8 days ago
Learn more about David’s work and his hopes that these projects can help to shape “new, more gentle ways of conducting research ... and grow a more harmonious relationship between humans and nature” https://t.co/hBErfood0S
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@CandyBe42995434
Candy Bee
8 days ago
@NatGeo @sgero @ProjectCETI I believe that they say, please don’t kill me. Let me swim in harmony with the world.
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@WayneHarrison
Wayne Lee Harrison
8 days ago
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@sickorob
rob kramer
8 days ago
@NatGeo @sgero @ProjectCETI Translation "So long and thanks for all the fish"
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@Yambi96521289
Yambi
8 days ago
@NatGeo @sgero @ProjectCETI "I WANT KRIIIIIIILL"
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@timmasonguitar
Tim Mason Guitar MISM
8 days ago
@NatGeo @sgero @ProjectCETI Maybe once we can understand them in "human" terms, people will stop killing them. I know, it's a lot to expect.
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@Krope_live
Krope
8 days ago
@NatGeo @sgero @ProjectCETI How long before messages, "watch out the Japanese scientists are here", and "pls don't harpoon us" are found.
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@joaquin64_guazu
Joaquín
7 days ago
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@AstroVerbot
Astro Verbot Julia
6 days ago
@NatGeo @sgero @ProjectCETI @Interouts1 That is something we have been waiting for long. @AnnaScott2019
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