University of Oxford researchers are using machine learning to help make ancient text restoration less tedious.
After Ireland's data regulator said that Irish people don't have an "absolute" right to traditional name spellings in official databases, some teachers are fighting back on social media.
'Because Internet' explores how the internet is transforming the way we communicate.
"Sis" is an evolved expression, rooted in the Christian church and revolutionized by queer Black people—and it's not a term everyone can or should use.
Guessing the anonymous author of the Trump op-ed in The New York Times based on the use of the word ‘lodestar’ is “entirely useless,” according to a forensic linguist.
A study has found it generally takes migrants three years to say "like" as much as the locals.
Sometimes you gotta suffer for science.
The popular, crowd-sourced lexicon was supposed to be the people's resource. The people are awful.
These may come in handy next time emojis fail you.
From Kobe Bryant to Beyoncé to Kermit the Frog, pettiness has pervaded meme culture of the past year.