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From Baby Talk to Baby A.I.

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A study conducted by a psychologist at a prominent university aims to explore language acquisition in toddlers using a unique approach. The psychologist has been attaching a camera to a twenty-one-month-old girl and recording her activities for the past 11 months. The goal is to gather sensory input similar to what a toddler experiences and use it to train a language model. By doing so, the researcher hopes to bridge the gap between artificial intelligence and human language understanding, creating better tools for both areas of study. The study offers new insights into how toddlers learn language.