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A compiler from natural language to code.


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People don't understand — this will change absolutely everything. We're decoupling human horsepower from code production. The intellectual equivalent of the discovery of the engine.
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I read a bit earlier today about this, how much this shows things getting easier and easier - and it means both bad and good for American programmer.

Bad, for those that don't keep up with this easier way, or that refuse to face that much less well trained guys will be competing with them, now. The new guys didn't have to learn any code - just how to think of how to phrase tasks to fit the latest compiler-assist program.

Good, that we'll still need them for some time - and they'll still be in the front line for the new kinds of programming jobs.

And really good - we won't need to import hundreds of thousands of Indian programmers regularly anymore. We'll be able to train new tranches of our own, in this much easier to train issue.

Worldwide - fantastic. Developing countries all over the world may be looking at their first gen of lots of homegrown programmers, pushing at least some of those economies forward.




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