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Language, Technology, Humanities in Society 5.0
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Erscheint im September 2024

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Sprache: Englisch
ca. 338 Seiten, with 19 figures, gebunden
ISBN: 978-3-8471-1763-6
V&R unipress, 1. Edition, 2024
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Language, Technology, Humanities in Society 5.0
The fusion of technologies blurring distinctions between the physical, digital, and biological worlds has become a significant hallmark of the fourth industrial revolution (Klaus Schwab 2016). One answer to shaping the future in the age of the digital revolution is the concept of Society 5.0.; a super-smart society aims to create an efficient reality, regardless of region, age, gender, language, or other factors. The contributors ask about the place for human beings (exclusion or inclusion) and the communication of natural languages in a reality dominated by big data, artificial intelligence, and robotics. They intend to look at selected problems like humanities vs. technology, new perspectives in education and communication, digital and technological revolution. Thus, contributors’ considerations capture philosophical reflection, sociological analysis, discourse and corpus analysis, translatology, business, academic, as well as educational insights into the future of traditional studies.
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Autor:inneninfos
    • Maria Banaś (Hg.)
    • Maria Banaś, PhD in social science, is an assistant professor at the Division of Applied Linguistics in the Silesian University of Technology in Gliwice, Poland. Her research interests include everyday life sociology, symbolic interactionism, and conversation analysis.
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    • Grzegorz Wlaźlak (Hg.)
    • Grzegorz Wlaźlak, PhD in linguistics and history of English morphology, lexicography and lexicology, is an assistant professor at the Division of Applied Linguistics in the Silesian University of Technology in Gliwice, Poland. His research is currently focused on sociolinguistic aspects of cross-cultural and interdisciplinary influence and on specialized languages in EMI.
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