To be a digital, online language we might expect that various support tools are required, foundations if you like. Languages need computer support, digital tools and from these a range of advances become possible. Without these tools and foundations then might languages struggle in an online world? This is only a starting point, but we Read more about The making of a digital language?[…]
An alternative to the Turing Test, an annual challenge with its first submission in October 2015. See Nuance’s website for more information.
I was just reading an informative piece, as always, by the 1709 blog which summarises the state around digital exhaustion. Not the tiredness of computers, but the way in which digital artefacts can be resold or passed on: Whether EU law allows digital exhaustion arguably remains however an unresolved issue, with diverging interpretations being provided Read more about Digital Exhaustion[…]