Less than five percent of current world languages are in use online, according to a recent study by prominent linguist András Kornai -- and the Internet may be helping the other 95 percent to their graves.
Hungarian linguists discuss the digital survival of the language. The conference was hosted by the Research Institute for Linguistics of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences.
András Kornai's talk at the Budapest New Tech Meetup
Is the Hungarian lost in the digital see and what do we have to do to survive?
Interview in the Orient Radio
The Hungarian online newspaper Origo published an article about the robotic ticket clerk presented by our group at the public event "Researchers' Night"
The institutes of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences are present on the "Night of the Researchers" event
The Hungarian online newspaper Nyest's report on the robotic ticket clerk
Interview with the mathematical linguist András Kornai.
András Kornai's speech in the German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence (DFKI)
An updated version of Terry Winograd's famous SHRDLU robot.
Teaser for the robotic ticket clerk
A short introductory film produced by Mindentudás
In 2011, András Kornai gave a lecture popularizing human language technology on national television.