The app will translate the cat’s ‘Mao’
Desk Report: A former Amazon engineer from Amazon has created an app to translate the cat’s ‘Mao’ call. According to the BBC, the app called MeowTalk will try to understand the meaning of Meow by recording the call.
A cat owner can create his own database to interpret his pet’s mail. Artificial intelligence software will store that database.
The app now has 13 phrases in its vocabulary. Notable among these are ‘Feed Me’, ‘I’m Hungry’ and ‘Live Me Alone’.
Researchers say that cats do not use any language to communicate with each other. They call it ‘Mao’ in special situations to draw people’s attention.
‘Cat’s meow is never a normal sound. It’s basically a language of communication, “Michael Delgado, a cat behavior expert, told Reader’s Digest. So he wants to draw attention in this way. ‘
“People say ‘hello’ in the same way that cats say ‘Mao’ most of the time,” he said.
That is not the last word. Delgado said, ‘The cat’s Mao sound is a mystery to us. The reason for this word is that an owner will understand better. When his cat calls Mao, when he does not call; He will be able to tell if he notices a little. ‘
The developer of the new app said, ‘This is exactly the reason why the translation of the app will be different from cat to cat rather than creating a separate database. In this case, the owner can create his own profile.
The app is available for free on Google Play Store and Apple’s App Store. Many users have complained about some errors in the early stages.