Tuesday, August 9, 2022

Australian Aboriginal language AI can solve problems

An article published in the journal Frontiers in Physics describes some features of the Jingulu language of the Jingili people, an Aboriginal community in northern Australia, that allow it to be translated into artificial intelligence (AI) commands.

The study, led by Professor Hussein Abbas from the University of New South Wales in Canberra, began with a “swarm system” or “artificial ant system”. Through this technology, groups of robots or other artificial intelligence agents collaborate to solve very complex problems or perform tasks.

In previous studies, researchers had analyzed systems based on gestures, direct commands, and even music, but they all encountered problems because they are linguistically rich or lack guidance and control. do not fit the calculations used by artificial intelligence.

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Everything took a turn when the professor out of curiosity looked for studies on the syntax, order and relationships of words in Australian Aboriginal languages, and out of them Jingulu emerged.

In collaboration with linguistics experts Professor Eleni Petrucci and Dr Robert Hunzett, the team created JSWarm, a Jingulu-inspired language that can be used in any situation where human-to-human communication and a large number of AI agents, RT indicates We do.

“Jingulu is also unique among Aboriginal languages. With just three verbs – come, go and do – it communicates spatial movements effectively. “For us, jingulu is like a dream come true,” Abbas said.

Thanks to the simplicity of its syntax, Jingulu allows it to easily change the context of its use to reduce computational costs and move AI between different domains. Similarly, it is a human language that can be understood by anyone.

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Gingulu is also valuable because it is a language that originated in Australia and is used to support the country’s research and innovation, Abbas said. “Indigenous peoples have a long history of contributing to the benefit of Australia,” he said.

Aboriginal languages ​​were used in secret communications during World War II.

“Today we are discovering that the richness of Aboriginal languages ​​and cultures may hold the secret of the interaction between human and artificial intelligence,” Abbas finished.

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