New Technology Helps Humans Communicate With Dogs

November 5, 2014 |

The numerous work and companion dogs we have today are the result of the domestication of gray wolves thousands of years ago. Although dogs have learned to learn some aspects of human behavior, human-dog communication is still relatively primitive. In a new study, researchers at North Carolina State University have developed a new technology for providing better communication between dogs and humans, which has applications for search and rescue, service dogs and for training our pets, reported NC State News.