IATE Term of the Week: our most read articles


This article is dedicated to your favourite articles of the IATE Term of the Week series from the last two months. You can find a new article on dev.termcoord.eu every Friday. We try to diversify our topics and introduce you to the most contemporary terms that also exist in IATE database. Let us see which top three articles were your favourite for the months of September and October 2021.

IATE Term of the Week: Multilinguism

Multilingualism is the capacity of humans to communicate either individually or collectively. We have individual or collective multilingualism. People are not only aware of it, but often regulates their language practices through the way they deal with the language varieties they know, and by introducing additional language varieties into their communal life.

IATE Term of the Week: Artificial intelligence

Artificial intelligence (AI) has had a considerable impact on our lives in the past few years and it will continue to play the major role concerning our future-oriented technology. A new legal framework to shape Europe`s digital future and foster innovation is required. The EU needs to set rules and guidelines in order to regulate the implementation of the European strategy for AI with regard to ethical principles and standards, intellectual property rights, and liability.

IATE Term of the Week: Smart glasses

Smart Glasses are wearable electronic devices that provide support for solving problems using complex procedures. People can visualize the information they need on their lenses, and in some cases use voice commands or buttons to interact with the glasses themselves. Their core is software capable of running computer applications, filming and playing videos and audios, and detecting natural language, shapes and objects of the real world. They add virtual content and make the human eye perceive them as a real vision.

Written by Daniela Ignatova

She holds degrees in both Public Relations and European Governance. Currently, Daniela is combining her passion for communications and social media with her interest in the work of European institutions.