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Short on time... The LID ( language independent document - described
www.definitionary.com ) has never been really realized, and is still
because of ambiguity of machine translations.
We already have WikiData.org, which summarizes meanings from
sources. For example,
Freebase was integrated into it.
Then, use DIS to enable LIDs, simply choose default meanings for
tokens. E.g., "orange" default meaning would be the color, not the
fruit.... And "spring" default meaning would be the type of coils, not the
season. Etc., such "standardized" meaning tokens could all have
prefixes, like, underscore, or some other more rarely used symbol.
Attempting to begin generating them from WikiData...
So, will have to make a validator? (i.e, to avoid collisions) [Mindey, Feb 12 2019]
Gotta keep projects somewhere...
Chat: https://gitter.im/infinity-family/project-synsets [Mindey, Mar 04 2019]
||This idea seems English-dependent, rather than language-independent.
||I like the idea of creating a language without ambiguity. [+]
||It doesn't seem to me to need to be English-dependent. You
could use a word for each concept that's inspired by the
words for it in other languages, like Esperanto. Or you could
just assign every concept a number like Wikidata does. I'm
still not entirely sure what such a document would look like
in terms of reading it, though. And I don't see how idioms
and puns would be representable, which could potentially
be an issue in edge cases, because I've heard that no
completely literal language can represent all concepts, due
to something to do with Gödel's incompleteness theorem.
||Probably a Chomsky syntax-free grammar. Computer "languages" are of necessity devoid of ambiguity.
||In more general usage, the solution is already being implemented - the progressive deprecation of all languages other than English. In a hundred of your Earth years, how many other languages will survive ? The answer is probably "not many".
||Methinks Chinese, Hindi, Arabic, and Latin will
survive, at the very least.
||Nietzsche's "mobile army of metaphors" is going to march all
over this, I'm afraid. Also, Hegel would like a word. Especially if
it's an obscure, abstract one. He's particularly fond of those.
||//to march all over this// to flood, surely?
||And, some languages use very similar alphabets. So, instead of _ok, it
may be better to say en:ok.... en:Let lt:man de:guck. Namespaces for
languages. Or... what would really be better symbol? A hashtag?
||//Computer "languages" are of necessity devoid of
||Dunno about that, I was doing some coding for thinking
machines, and it had a terrible Lisp.
||This idea style reminds me of someone who got very
unfairly run out of town.