As we move towards autonomous lifestyles using artificial intelligent machinery, machine learning can be used to program with the ability to communicate in any language or dialect spoken around the globe. What does that entail? Basically, advance machinery and robotics will be able to communicate with individuals in whatever language they desire. This tailored communication will lead to progressively personalized service in the modern age. In theory, this would mean that all places adapting and implementing this modern technology would be able to provide coherent transactions in a language of the consumer’s choice. This will greatly increase efficiency in global villages and machines will become more relatable with individuals. Positive reinforcement by the consumer, appreciating the technology with increasingly greater respect will make machinery easily assimilate within modern culture en masse.
Languages act as barriers between individuals who do not speak the same language and/or dialect. They also act as a shared commonality amongst individuals. Imagine you are shopping at your favorite fully autonomous location. Now envision an encounter with an autonomous sales representative in a language you are fluently conversational in. What if, in the modern future, brands will be able to provide integrative technology in the language sector where each individual will receive service in any language spoken in the world? Would this personalized, custom-tailored transactional experience increase revenue for these autonomous businesses? In theory and application, it would be predicted that sales would drastically increase and purchase reassurance increased with this innovative concept. Consumers would trust their purchases more and even further they would more readily take heed to advice given to them by these multi-lingual autonomous sales representatives or employees. We are not that far off from witnessing firsthand such an experience. Robotics and autonomous technology will make it seamlessly possible to integrate linguistic abilities in within their programming. What we need is more intrinsic research into the relationship of the mind and language processing in the realm of security, purchasing confidence and intimacy within the shopping experience. It is increasingly viable that this technology be incorporated not only on a sales level but also in all sectors of the autonomous future.
Police, firefighters or Robocops could interact with people in a language they are most comfortable in which would aid in the reliability and functionality of assistance garnered. The same could be said about autonomous healthcare workers. There is a whole area to be discovered in this aspect and its feasibility discerned so that individuals in modernity can benefit most from autonomous technology. Your cars, televisions and various other autonomous technological devices could converse with you and adapt accordingly to accents, dialects and differential linguistic parameters ensuring the best possible connection, physically and sentimentally. This could create meaningful relationships in which individuals would feel more connected to their autonomous technologies. It may make assimilation of autonomy easier, quicker and advantageous in modern times. More people would be able to benefit from these technologies around the globe. From Border security, immigration officials to autonomous waiters in restaurants, language will no longer have to be a barrier dividing humanity; it may actually bring us all closer together. This is a highly fascinating topic and more investigation is needed to understand the logic and benefit derived from therein.