Now that computers can think in Latin, their modus operandi -- http://ai.neocities.org/MO.html
-- sheds some (Lux Sit -- Let there be...) Light on how languages like Russian and Latin rely more on word-endings than on word-order. Exempli gratia (e.g.):
FRATRES HABENT PUERI (Boys have brothers).
FRATRES HABENT PUEROS (Brothers have boys).
The only difference between the sentences above is that
boys (PUERI) is the subject of one sentence and
boys (PUEROS) is the object of the other sentence.
The Latin parsing module -- http://ai.neocities.org/LaParser.html
achieves Natural Language Understanding (NLU) of the two different meanings by testing the different parts of a Latin sentence for clues as to what the subject is and what the object is. The Mens Latina Programming Journal at http://ai.neocities.org/MLPJ2019.html
describes each exciting step in the thrilling saga of bringing the ancient Latin language back to life as http://ai.neocities.org/Abracadabra.html
at the forefront of our onwards march to the Technological Singularity.