A new software language may give computers better comprehension of what their human operators mean.
Most people understand instructions well enough to carry out simple tasks. And more complex tasks can be handled when clear instructions are at hand.
Computers lack the range of conceptual understanding that humans have, and must be programmed in exacting detail to carry out specific tasks. Researchers working at the National Institute of Standards and Technology, along with researchers in France, Germany, Japan, and the UK, have developed a context-based language.
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