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Tag: Word of the Year

  • Wednesday, November 1st 2023 - 21:06 UTC

    AI becomes Collins publisher Word of the Year 2023

    “Considered to be the next great technological revolution, AI has seen rapid development and has been much talked about in 2023,” a blog post from Collins said

    The contraction of artificial intelligence — AI — has been named as Collins' Word of the Year for 2023, the dictionary publisher announced this week.
    “Considered to be the next great technological revolution, AI has seen rapid development and has been much talked about in 2023,” a blog post from the publisher said.

  • Tuesday, December 1st 2020 - 08:23 UTC

    “Pandemic”, the 2020 prize for Merriam-Webster Word of the Year

    The word’s Greek roots are “pan,” meaning all or every and “demos,” meaning people, Merriam-Webster said.

    The 2020 prize for Merriam-Webster's Word of the Year went to an obvious choice: pandemic. The term had the most online dictionary lookups of any word, Merriam-Webster said on its website, after a year in which at least 1.4 million people globally have died from the COVID-19 pandemic.