A physics professor has joined forces with language experts to build a ‘linguistic thermometer’ that can record the temperature of ‘hot’ or ‘cold’ (ie fast or slow) developments in modern linguistic features to create a computer-based model that can provide a better understanding of the development in human language and innovation stretching back to pre-history.
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