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Aug 18, 2013

Jay Yarow Aug. 10, 2013, 10:10 AM

Business Insider

It sounds like a joke: A team of researchers, one of whom worked at Google, is figuring out how to get dogs talking to humans.

But it’s not a joke. A team at Georgia Tech, led by Dr. Melody Jackson, is developing wearable technology that makes it easier for assistance dogs, and military dogs to communicate with their owners.

Down the road, as the technology advances, the hope is that dogs will be able to clearly communicate with all owners.

The project is called FIDO, which stands for “facilitating interactions for dogs with occupations.”