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The 56 different languages ​​in which Innovando.News is published today are the further refinement step of a modern and unprecedented idea of ​​publishing

Multilingual: Innovando.News is published in many languages
The editorial staff of Innovando.News and its publishers opt today "without ifs" and "buts" for a multilingual information organ

Do you remember? In the beginning and in the myth, to explain the plurality of languages ​​that still make communication difficult and slow down the communication between the inhabitants of the Earth was the Tower of Babel or "the city and the tower", as narrated in the Bible in Genesis 11:1-9 , also presenting an evident parallel with a Sumerian poem, "Enmerkar and the lord of Aratta", and with the "Book of Jubilees" (10, 18-27).
It tells you: “All the earth had one language and the same words. Migrating from the East, men came upon a plain in the land of Shinar and settled there. They said to one another, 'Come, let us make bricks and bake them in the fire.' Brick served them as stone and bitumen as cement. Then they said: 'Come, let us build ourselves a city and a tower, the top of which touches the sky, and let us make ourselves a name, so as not to scatter ourselves over the whole earth'”.
“But the Lord came down to see the city and the tower which men were building. The Lord said, 'Behold, they are one people and they all have one tongue; this is the beginning of their work and now what they plan to do will not be impossible for them. So let us go down and confuse their language, so that they no longer understand each other's language'”.
“The Lord scattered them all over the earth from there, and they stopped building the city. For this reason it was called Babel, because there the Lord confused the language of all the earth and from there the Lord scattered them all over the earth".

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Multilingual: 40 percent of the world's languages ​​are at risk
40 percent of languages ​​have fewer than a thousand speakers and are at risk of disappearing, with serious harm to our traditions

An attention to the dialogue between men as an essential function of our masthead

When was he born Innovating.News, magazine of innovation, of sustainability and digital transformation, we also chose to attribute to human development an essential function.
At the initiative of the publishers Andreas Arno Michael Voigt ed Elisa Mazzelli and their web marketing company based in the Swiss canton ofAppenzell Innerrhoden, from a genuinely innovative point of view in terms of content and form, it was decided to follow all the paths that could favor greater integration of the mankind, which nature delivers to us parceled out in numerous articulated and different idioms and which have been the cause of wars and tragic misunderstandings in the past.
It is not enough to write about innovation on a global scale, if the news we report is not immediately accessible to everyone, where the adverb of time that precedes the idea of ​​fruition becomes decisive.
Telling about innovation and spreading it is our ethical mission, which cannot ignore importance, timeliness and precision.

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Multilingual: The most widely spoken language in the world is Mandarin Chinese
The most widely spoken language in the world is Mandarin Chinese, concentrated in the People's Republic of China and neighboring Taiwan and Singapore

7.151 languages ​​in the world, twenty-three of which are called upon to make one person out of two converse

In 2023 there are 7.151 languages ​​in the world: the twenty-three most widespread cover 50 percent of the world's population, while 200 are used by over 88 percent of the planet's inhabitants.
40 percent have fewer than a thousand speakers and are at risk of disappearing, with serious harm to our traditions.
The most widespread languages ​​are Mandarin Chinese (concentrated in China and neighboring Taiwan and Singapore), English (spoken in Great Britain, North America, Oceania and parts of Africa), Spanish (present in Spain, South America and in some parts of Africa) and Hindi (it is the official language of India).
Other languages ​​that play a significant role are French (known in France, Benelux, Canada and parts of Africa), Arabic (widespread in North Africa and the Middle East), Russian (official language in Russia and Belarus), Portuguese (in Portugal and Brazil), Indonesian (particularly relevant in Indonesia and throughout Asia), German (affecting Germany as well as neighboring Austria and Switzerland), Japanese (concentrated in the Japanese empire), Turkish (restricted to Turkey and some neighboring areas) and Italian (spoken in Italy and Switzerland).
If Chinese is the language with the highest number of native speakers, a figure conditioned by the enormous population of the People's Republic and neighboring countries, English is instead the one with the most speakers, due to the colonial influence of the British Empire and of American and Canadian culture.

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Multilingual: two hundred languages ​​are used by 88 percent of the people
About two hundred languages ​​are used by more than 88 percent of the inhabitants of the planet Earth

A neural network to convey articles, captions, SEO and URLs translated at best in 56 spoken words

In the Bible narrative, observing their city and their tower, Yahweh would have confused the language of men to punish them for their pride and the idea of ​​getting closer to God, so that they could no longer understand each other and dispersed throughout the world.
Obviously without disrespecting religions, which have often made the history of the world, sometimes standing up as engines of positive social transformation, the editorial staff of Innovating.News and its publishers opt today "without ifs" and "buts" for a multilingual information organ, explicitly aimed at overcoming linguistic barriers and cultural boundaries and promoting the common language of innovation everywhere on Earth.
This is possible thanks to a innovative technology (for Innovando.News it could not be otherwise…) which performs a simultaneous translation of our contents through an artificial neural network, i.e. a computational model of automatic learning composed of artificial "neurons", inspired by the simplification of the neural network of the brain.
The simultaneous and automatic conversion, in constant and rigorous improvement on our pages, is not limited to purely journalistic contents such as titles, eyelets or summaries and captions, but extends to indexing on search engines through a SEO in language and the corresponding placement in SERP, also affecting the URL address of the published text.
It's just the beginning, because Innovating.News will continue to invest to improve the form and substance of the contents for the benefit of its readers and supporters and customers, whether advertisers or not.
An extraordinary opportunity for innovators and the curious about the future to communicate with each other without the ancient Biblical, Sumerian or Judeo-Christian condemnation of the Tower of Babel.
Happy reading to everyone, in 56 languages ​​of the world…

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In 2023, there are 7.151 languages ​​in the world and the twenty-three most widespread cover 50 percent of the planet's population