Northern Territory Indigenous language Jingili could unlock communication secret between humans and Artificial Intelligence

Annie Hesse
By Annie Hesse
Updated August 5 2022 - 9:16pm, first published 9:00pm
Dr Hussein Abbass has written a research paper, that suggests the Northern Territory's Jingulu language has characteristics that allow it to be easily translated into AI commands.

An Aboriginal language - spoken by only a few people in the Northern Territory - could hold the secret in the interaction between humans and artificial intelligence (AI).

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Annie Hesse

Annie Hesse

Northern Territory Correspondent

I am an award-winning media and communications professional with experience across print, digital, social and radio broadcast, as well as photography and videography. I am the NT Correspondent at Australian Community Media and I write for my hometown newspaper, the Katherine Times. I love telling people's stories, and I am passionate about giving those a voice who may otherwise remain unheard. When I am not busy putting pen to paper, I spend time in my garden, go bushwalking or travel across the Northern Territory, Australia or the world. In my spare time I write, illustrate and publish books.