Just how feasible is a pet translator?
A report from a futurologist is claiming that we’re only ten years away from having deep and meaningfuls with our puppers and kittehs. But there might be some technical hurdles — including the possibility that there’s nothing going on to translate.
Daniel, Kylie, and Ben think it over on this episode of Talk the Talk.
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