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Animal Speech More Complex Than Previously Thought
Science & Tech  (tags: animals, mongoose, speech, science, research, technology, scientists, discovery, investigation )

Michael
- 707 days ago - cbc.ca
Some animals are more eloquent than previously thought and have a communication structure similar to the vowel and consonant system of humans, according to new research.
The Iphone App That Takes the Strain Out of Texting By Turning Speech Into Type
Science & Tech  (tags: iphone, apps, texting, speech, tecnology )

Nancy
- 1615 days ago - dailymail.co.uk
Can't get the hang of two-thumbed typing? Perplexed by predictive text? Cursed with sausage fingers? Or just plain lazy?
Left Hemisphere Specialization for Oro-Facial Movements of Learned Vocal Signals By Captive Chimpanzees
Science & Tech  (tags: chimpanzee, brain, lateralization, speech, language, origin, culture, pan )

Francois
- 2365 days ago - plosone.org
The left hemisphere of the human brain is dominant in the production of speech and signed language. Whether similar lateralization of function for communicative signal production is present in other primates remains a topic of considerable debate.
'Voiceless' Phone Call Now Possible
Science & Tech  (tags: science, technology, future, future tech, humans, ambient, audeo, corporation, disease, MIT, nerves, silent, speech, technology, Texas Instruments, voice_detection, telepathy )

J.
- 2460 days ago - technology.newscientist.com
With careful training a person can send nerve signals to their vocal cords without making a sound. These signals are picked up by the neckband and relayed wirelessly to a computer that converts them into words spoken by a computerized voice.
DNA Shows Neanderthals Had Gene Critical for Speech
Science & Tech  (tags: humans, speech, DNA, gene, science, Neanderthals )

Eduardo
- 2616 days ago - sfgate.com
Neanderthals, an archaic human species that dominated Europe until the arrival of modern humans some 45,000 years ago, possessed a critical gene known to underlie speech, according to DNA evidence retrieved from two individuals excavated from Spain.
NEW FINDING: Chatty Cave Men? Me Neanderthal, Talk Just Fine
Science & Tech  (tags: Neanderthal, human evolution, speech, genes, anthropology, archeology )

IE
- 2619 days ago - news.yahoo.com
Neanderthals might have spoken just like humans do now, new genetic findings suggest. Neanderthals are humanity's closest extinct relatives. Since their discovery more than 150 years ago, researchers have found out they could make tools just like our ance
   

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