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How AI might help you understand your dog

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The University of Michigan is using artificial intelligence to try to develop tools that could better understand a dog's bark.

CTV science and technology specialist Dan Riskin tells Newstalk 580 CFRA's Ottawa at Work with Patricia Boal if this could open the door to having an AI-assisted conversation with your pet.

 

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