Firms Carve Rosetta Stones for Non-English AI Surveillance

Development of machine learning and natural-language processing is now turning to languages other than English to keep a better eye on traders and the market. But how easy is it to teach a machine a new tongue?

English has long been considered the lingua franca of international business. But as geopolitical, industrial and human trends veer away from an Anglo-centric perspective and become more globalized, the importance of other languages—and the need for fluency in them—rises in turn.

In the capital markets, there is a significant impact for artificial intelligence (AI) here. While machine learning, natural-language processing and other AI subsets have evolved to the point where they are becoming

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