Imagine being able to learn Japanese in as little as two weeks.
A new language app, developed by scientists who earned their Ph.D.s at the University of California–Irvine, may soon make that a possibility for the 12 most common languages in the world.
The program, called Kadho, is based on the development of a baby’s brain, which contains all the neurons needed for a lifetime. It seeks to program the neurons associated with language in order to hard wire them with the various sounds needed to learn foreign languages, providing children with the ability to master languages in as little as a few months.
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