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Kazakhstan is going to change the official script of its language from the Cyrillic to the Latin alphabet by 2025 - we admire their SMART goal setting skills and discuss what could motivate a country to make such a big change.
Main Topic: The Future of Language Learning
What does the future hold for language learners?
When a device translates what you say directly into another language, is there even a need to learn languages anymore?
- Gadgets and stuff that translates our language into other languages
- How AI has made language learning apps a lot more useful
- Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality as learning aids
- The good and bad sides of tech
- Kazakhstan to switch to Latin alphabet by 2025 - The Astana Times — Kazakhs used Arabic script from the 10th-20th centuries. The Kazakh language was based on Latin script in 1929-1940. The transition to the Cyrillic alphabet occurred in 1940. The Latin alphabet is currently used by most Kazakh diasporas abroad.
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- 307: Sexy Neural Net (featuring Janelle Shane) — Talk the Talk — Overcast — Kazakh alphabet change discussed on Talk the Talk podcast
- The Future of Language Learning: Augmented Reality vs Virtual Reality
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- Will English remain the global language in the future? - Quora
- Glossika (now with AI)
- Mondly's Article Announcing VR Learning
- Mondly: Learn Languages in VR | Oculus
- The Megaphone in Action
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- Why AI Translation Doesn’t Mean You Should Stop Learning Languages | The Memrise Blog
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