What have in common autonomous vehicles and neural translators? Both use artificial intelligence In the future we will drive a car without any license, So, will it have any sense to learn a second or third language? If we can communicate with our mother tongue with everyone? Let´s analyze the current situation around neural translators And show a scenario we may have in a short future. But before we do that, let’s talk about autonomous vehicles According to Wikipedia an autonomous vehicle is a vehicle capable of imitating the powers of government and control humans. The autonomous vehicle can perceive what happens around it and navigate accordingly. The driver can choose it´s destination but does not need to activate any mechanical operation. The vehicles are staggered according to autonomy, from 0 to 5. Level 5 vehicles would be completely autonomous At this point the Tesla Model S, for example, It is at Level 3. But within a few years there will be vehicles that reach level 5 in our streets. And all this will be done by artificial intelligence. But what is artificial intelligence? Again, according to Wikipedia Artificial intelligence is the ability of a machine to carry out rational and deductive processes of living beings But what is the relation between autonomous vehicles and the Basque language and languages in general? In recent years and throughout the world they are using artificial intelligence on several projects with the aim of finding a perfect translator And we can also find projects that use Basque in Euskal Herria. Nowadays, my recommendation is to test the existing neural translators on the market And you yourself see which best meets your needs. But as we have seen in autonomous vehicles, in neural translators there are things to improve yet. And there is no doubt that they will be improved, because they are learning again and again. Well, shall we try to answer the question we have launched at the beginning of the video? Will it make sense in the future to learn a second or third language, If we dominate the first well? Imagine 2050 A young, 18 years old girl, does not know what it is to have a driver’s license. She never thought that the vehicle could be driven by her. She simply enters to the vehicle and indicates where she wants to go, so the car can turn on and go to her destination. For her it is the same, telling the vehicle where to go than entering in an elevator and saying which floor she wants to go to. She does not have to do anything else. This 18 year old girl has learned Basque and Spanish at home, Because that’s how the parents talk. She heard it was important to know languages at the beginning of the 21st century, especially English, which was the language of communication with everyone She doesn’t understand the need to learn another third language, Because she can speak Basque with a German and the neuronal translator translates everything she says instantly. The German, meanwhile, has a device in his ear, This device is capable of imitating the Basque girl´s own voice And translates into an excellent german what the Basque girl says No lag and without losing information. Will that scenario occur in 2050? We do not know when that will be, but it is clear that artificial intelligence will change our lives And if the Basque language will have future, this can not be left behind. For example, everything said in this video has been translated thanks to artificial intelligence. It took only one click to translate everything. Nothing else, if you liked the video, give it a like, subscribe and share. And if you have something to say, write a message right here. Greetings and goodbye.