Language is a unique ability to distinguish the human race and represent the manifestation of our intelligence. However, with artificial intelligence, specifically natural language processing, we can equip the machines with linguistic abilities, opening a new world possibilities for how we deal with machines in the future. You can now enter your home and ask Alexa to light up the smart lights with a nice 75% light rate, or you can ask about weather conditions on the other side of the globe. The progress of artificial intelligence has been evident in the digital trend era. But in order to create a satisfactory relationship between a man and the machine, the machine must be able to revert back and engage in conversations that are greater than intuitive ability. Language is a mechanism for sharing information and communicating with those around us, but machines need to understand the complexities of language and how we humans communicate in order to benefit from it. The advances in emotional analysis, answering questions, and interdisciplinary learning make it possible for artificial intelligence to understand people and the way they communicate.
The community of science is well equipped to build models that are equipped to perform the task very well, mostly one task. However, the most intuitive, dialogical and contextual interfaces will require a model of constantly evolving artificial intelligence. This is quite a case for artificial intelligence in general, but it is particularly true when it comes to language, which requires enormous flexibility.