Toward artificial intelligence that learns to write code

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15 Jun 2019, 4:55 am

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Learning to code involves recognizing how to structure a program, and how to fill in every last detail correctly. No wonder it can be so frustrating.

A new program-writing AI, SketchAdapt, offers a way out. Trained on tens of thousands of program examples, SketchAdapt learns how to compose short, high-level programs, while letting a second set of algorithms find the right sub-programs to fill in the details.


https://bcs.mit.edu/news-events/news/to ... write-code


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15 Jun 2019, 10:40 pm

It's believed that by 2030, automated coding Apps will be able to handle the basic frameworks of coding.

'APP Inventor' developed by MIT helps with Android APP coding.

Also needed are systems that can scan, and automatically fix (troubleshoot) those pesky (more or less common) computer issues; just as we apply apps to scan for, flag, confront, and remove malware.

Currently Eggplant AI is applied to software/system testing. Enclosed is an updated link on Eggplant/Testplant:
http://docs.eggplant.io/epp/9.0.0/analy ... r_home.htm



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08 Oct 2019, 5:41 pm

The 'SketchAdapt' APP seems best suited for those of us who are somewhat TECH. orientated.

RELATED: How is 'Artificial Intelligence' (AI) TECH. assisting with the more mundane everyday (more old-school) tasks?