Computer program can decode dead languages

02/12/2013 | TechNewsDaily.com

A computer algorithm may be the next step to systematically unlocking how dead "protolanguages" sound spoken aloud, according to a study. Historically, using human linguists have been the only method for reconstructing languages, but the study's authors believe this new software could be key to speeding up language analysis on a larger scale.

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