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Jiaming Luo grew up in mainland China thinking about neglected
languages. When he was younger, he wondered why the different
languages his mother and father spoke were often lumped together as
Chinese “dialects.”

When he became a computer science doctoral student at MIT in 2015, his
interest collided with his advisor’s long-standing fascination with
ancient scripts. After all, what could be more neglected — or, to use
Luo’s more academic term, “lower resourced” — than a long-lost
language, left to us as enigmatic symbols on scattered fragments?


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