A smartphone which could read any of 7,943 /Languages (new & old ... and invented) & which could also identify any of the 3-100 million /Species? WUaS planning ...
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A smartphone that could read any of 7,943 /Languages (new & old) & that could also identify any of the 3-100 million /Species? WUaS planning— Languages-World Univ (@sgkmacleod) April 2, 2017
Like other invented languages that World University plans to add to a universal translator, OpenNMT (related to Google Neural Machine Translation/Google Translate) allows this to happen ... and concerning "A smartphone that could read any of 7,943 /Languages (new & old ... & invented) & that could also identify any of the 3-100 million /Species? WUaS planning" - https://twitter.com/WorldUnivAndSch/status/848637048810422272 ...
Last Tweets of the Krell
Many readers are no doubt familiar with Forbidden Planet, the documentary film about the Krell civilization, which came to an unfortunate end just at the launch of what could have been their biggest achievement. Ever since the film’s release in 1956, xenoanthropologists have been stymied by a lack of source material on the Krell.
How will such OpenNMT emerge in a realistic virtual earth - for both STEM as well as fantastic and science fiction world generation?
A realistic virtual Harbin / earth re my actual/virtual Harbin Hot Springs' ethnographic project may be where the Music School at WUaS partly emerges from here in Google Streetview ... tinyurl.com/p62rpcg ...