Panzee, a chimp now housed at a research facility, uses a portable keyboard to press symbols that stand for spoken words. New evidence indicates that Panzee, much like people, quickly recognizes distorted words that contain few of the acoustic cues in natural speech.
Credit: Carolyn Richardson/Division of University Relations/Georgia State Univ.
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