Language-centered AI will allow additional EU official languages for 2025

Diversity is socially beneficial, and therefore, language diversity too. Then, why not grant the official status to more languages at European level? In 2021, the costs associated with it are no longer an excuse. The potential of the new generation of machine translation, voice synthesis and voice recognition applications, which are getting readily available even for under-resourced languages like Basque, will allow Europe to promote and integrate more and more of its languages, and with it, its citizens.
Kepa Sarasola
Kepa Sarasola
Online conference: "Linguistic Rights and Language Varieties in Europe in the Age of AI". AI4EI project (Artificial Itelligence for European Integration). University of Turin.