By the end of March, EU COST Action CA19102 »Language In The Human-Machine Era (LITHME)« was approved. Members of DSPLAB have helped prepare the action proposal. The main proposer is Dr. Dave Sayers, University of Jyväskylä, Finland.  Now, we are in Management Committee. LITHME will bring together linguists, language technology developers, and users. The idea of the project is to explore the future effects of new and emerging  language technologies, like real-time speech recognition  and understanding, real-time machine translation,  lifelike chatbots, etc. In the project, we  will explore how will the technology influence the language in use.