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This program reconstructs ancient languages far faster than linguists can.

Hillary Newman

"A new study reveals that a computer program by researchers in Canada and California may be able to recreate extinct languages almost as well as a human. The reconstruction of dead languages – known as proto or root languages – is a meticulous time-consuming task for any linguist so this program could be a labour-saving mechanism that may assist in language analysis."

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  • Cece Chou

    Interesting! A random thought just came to my mind.. If more ancient languages are preserved, science fiction movie (Avatar) makers will have more language choices for their secret creatures.