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From:J Y S Czhang <czhang23@...>
Date:Sunday, December 21, 2003, 4:29
In a message dated 2003:12:20 04:52:04 PM, magwich78@YAHOO.COM writes:

>>> Has anyone considered the possibility of, or tried to implement, a >>> sophisticated AI program for looking at different languages and trying to >>> find connections between them. I think it would be fascinating to try to >>> do that. >> >>It would be.
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