human and dolphins
Amphithéâtre de Paléontologie, 18 rue Buffon, 75005 PARIS Intersection Rue Buffon and Bd de l’Hôpital (Métro Gare d’Austerlitz)
9h00-9h30 Introduction. D. Lestel
9h30-12h30 Two-way communication between human and dolphins. D. Herzing
18h10-18h30 Conclusion by D. Lestel
Secretariat : firstname.lastname@example.org
Organizing committee :
Florence Brunois, Fabienne Delfour, Florence Gaunet, Dominique Lestel & Véronique Servais.
(Wild Dolphin Project, Biological & Psychological Sciences, Fl. Atlantic Univ) is currently developing new technology to develop real-time underwater signal recognition in a two-way communication system with wild dolphins
"Communication between humans and dolphins has been historically fascinating, but scientifically unproductive primarily because of the one-way nature of communication. Interactive spotted dolphins in the Bahamas offer a unique opportunity to explore both the process of, and two-way interactions during, interspecific communication.