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Novel software to decode world’s lost languages


Developed by researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, the programme has successfully decoded the over three-thousand-year-old Ugaritic language.

The system is then able to make assumptions about the way different words are formed and whether they consist of a prefix and a suffix, for example. Through repeated analysis, the program linked letters and words to map nearly all Ugaritic (last used around 1200 BC in Syria) symbols to their Hebrew equivalents in a matter of hours.

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