Programmers and developers recognize Unicode as a super set of characters from nearly every language in the world and as a necessary standard to oblige to. Unicode represents a set of of over 109,000 characters. While that number is impressive, the visual representation of that many characters is simply astounding. I came across a video on YouTube that flashes one Unicode character per frame; it lasts over 30 minutes. Watch the video for about 30 seconds, and you’ll get the idea.
At Localization World 48 (November 2022), Luz Pineta, together with Lingoport’s Olivier Libouban, presented for a session, showing: Using Lingoport’s Localyzer to scale automated localization