Originally posted by karen61560
Originally posted by hp1229 Wait..... who is doing the programing again? oh would that be the "experts". Me thinks so. (
Taken from old english meaning I think this is true) Big LOL
Originally posted by CJCrawley Experts cannot be trusted upto certain extent (atleast in the intelligence community ). Softwares are much more reliable (when programmed
correctly) for translation services.
It doesn't do anything that the experts haven't been doing since language reconstruction started in the 19th century. Just does it a lot quicker.
Yes if you consider the only surviving expert. However in our worlds, there are
dime a dozen experts. Given that softwares are only as good as the programmer, generally they're cumulative and collective in nature. Also read the
comments within the brackets
Programmers are generally not the experts. Linguists are the ones who generally provide the information that
The software would do the work that even a linguist cannot do if you consider the vast database of vocabulary not to mention
several different language comparisons