COMPUTER BASED LEARNING –

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Here is why the translator and interpreter business will be dead for most everyday people (besides high level talks such as UN and EU conferences/government).

COMPUTER BASED LEARNING –
Learning algorithms – a sort of system that is able to learn logical things (such as language); just put a massive amount of data (i.e. language) into the system and it will begin to understand.

“learning algorithm does: adjusts when you are tested so that you always have to struggle a little bit, but you are generally successful”

Here is why the translator and interpreter business will be dead for most everyday people (besides high level talks such as UN and EU conferences/government).

COMPUTER BASED LEARNING –
Learning algorithms – a sort of system that is able to learn logical things (such as language); just put a massive amount of data (i.e. language) into the system and it will begin to understand.

“learning algorithm does: adjusts when you are tested so that you always have to struggle a little bit, but you are generally successful”
Read more: http://technology.inquirer.net/…/the-new-candy-crush-chines…

It is related to this: (TED talks: computers that can learn)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t4kyRyKyOpo

Instead of programming (which is like a form of deduction – learning through a set of written rules), using learning algorithms computers can learn just like any child can through induction (that is experience a whole range of sensory data and from those data look and see if you can see any kind of underlying patterns – gradually those patterns become more sophisticated after being tested and tested again in feedback loops so that you can automatically learn things like… cough whole languages?)



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