What is your opinion on the "future of software is no code,Singularity people,The world may indeed slowing move towards a future without code,Tabpear
What is your opinion on the "future of software is no code"?
It turns out that if you want your computer to do something, you need to come up with a way of describing what you want your computer to do. Code is a way to do that. It is not the only one, but it is the best one as of now.
For example, when designing digital devices, one can describe the functionality using a hardware description language (e.g. Verilog or VHDL) or drawing logic gates on a design software. It turns out that for anything but the simplest devices, hand-drawing sucks. There are many instances where there are coding and non-coding alternatives and the non-coding option is almost always terrible.
“Singularity people” will tell you that in the future you will explain your requirements to an “AI” that will then write bug-free, optimized code and ask questions if necessary.
Sure, in 400 years.
To give an idea of what an actual conversation with an “AI” looks like in 2018, here’s my last exchange with Siri.
There’s basically no way to get Siri to do anything other than very basic and pre-defined tasks.
The world may indeed slowing move towards a future without code, but this future is much farther and progress much slower than people imagine.
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