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AI is changing scientists' understanding of language learning – and raising questions about an innate grammar

By Morten H. Christiansen, Professor of Psychology, Cornell University
Pablo Contreras Kallens, Ph.D. Student in Psychology, Cornell University
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Linguists have long considered grammar to be the glue of language, and key to how children learn it. But new prose-writing AIs suggest language experience may be more important than grammar.The Conversation


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