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Should we have a single global language?
Technological advancements would vastly outpace any attempts to implement this globally.
Technology is making the need for a universal language obsolete. In a few decades we may have instantaneous translation in real time, then the only thing we'd be doing is strangling the creativity of creating languages, which are also ideas.
It is easier to make tech available and potentially free, than it is to adapt an existing language to be "universal".
Machine-learning powered translation is developing so rapidly that this problem will quickly become redundant.
A solution in our minds is better than a bought one, because of cost, patents, hacking and malfunctions.
People who do not have access or can not afford the technology will not have the same access as a spoken language would allow.
difficulties that machine translation is unable to solve.