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"Beyond the language conflict: the need for a clear language policy" by D. Shyam Babu

"Omaha Tribe sees cause for hope in effort to preserve fading language" by Blake Ursch

"Talofa! It's Sāmoan Language Week"

"Afrikaans Language Monument"

"From PR firms to colleges to IT sector, demand for linguistic experts increases several notches"

"Klingonisch-Kurs: St. Galler lernen Sprache der Ausserirdischen"

"Kaqchikel and Other Guatemalan Languages Gain Momentum Online Thanks to Digital Activism" by Heber Pérez translated by Melissa Wise

"Predicting Movie Ratings: NLP Tools is What Film Studios Need" by Tatsiana Levdikova

"Research details developments in the Global natural language processing market forecast, 2014-2025" by Pawan Kumar

"Creole Language To Play Starring Role In Little Haiti Book Festival" by Christine DiMattei

"Half of World's Languages Could Be Extinct by 2100" by Deidre McPhillips

"The beautiful languages of the people who talk like birds" by David Robson

"The Language Archive" Is a Romantic Comedy About Dying Languages

"Why linguistics should be taught in public education" by Kristin Eck

"US Language Industry Booms, Doubles Headcount Within 7 Years" by Florian Faes

"Is language as we know it still relevant for the digital age?" by Pavlo Shopin

"Is this remote Siberian language an ancestor to Navajo?" by Patrick Cox and Alina Simone

"Chris Manning: How computers are learning to understand language"

Here is an interesting article "Chris Manning: How computers are learning to understand language"

https://engineering.stanford.edu/news/chris-manning-how-computers-are-learning-understand-language