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Machine learning is tearing down language barriers. What does this mean for trade?

Improved machine translation means people who speak English will soon find themselves in direct competition with talented people who don’t. Image: REUTERS

Richard Baldwin

Professor of International Economics, Graduate Institute, Geneva

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