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I'd expect that if you put a human brain into some other animal, and it was able to learn how to operate that body well enough to live, then it would eventually start to try to speak. It would have to re-learn how to produce the sounds like an infant would. However, it probably would never be able to speak as well as a human due to physical limitations of ...


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Can dumb human beings speak? No. But can they communicate using human language? Of course! Maybe this question can be answered if we stop thinking about "talking" as speaking our own native tongue. If a human level intelligence existed in a non-human body, it would certainly develop a language to communicate with other members of its species. The fact ...


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This is a complicated question if you stop for a moment to think about it. Evolution is a complicated process. Brains and other part of the bodies actually do not evolve distinctly from each other. We can say they co-evolved if you will... So how did humans get language? How did humans get speech? Did they acquire it together if not which first. There are ...


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Part of what makes speech possible is a complex set of interactions between a number of different muscles that control aspects of producing speech sounds like airflow and mouth shape. Humans are unique in the complexity of the sounds that we can produce. Even if we granted the science-fiction that would be necessary to put a human brain into a chimpanzee and ...



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