Re: What could possibly go wrong?
"If you type the line of code yourself, you should be thinking about every character."
Somehow the fingers and thoughts don't always coincide.
Talk about working smarter, not harder. A computer-science student has got the right idea, by building an intriguing code-completion tool that uses deep-learning software to finish lines of source. And while, yes, there are already a ton of source-code autocomplete tools available, this one, dubbed Deep TabNine, is said to be …
Your laptop may not be powerful enough to run the neural network effectively, therefore, and you can apply to use DeepTab Nine via a beta-grade cloud service, which does all the predictions in a backend and beams the suggestions to your code editor over the internet.
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Have you ever had any surreal encounters with spooks? That's surely one of their favourite roots/routes :-)
Lets hope BOJ sorts this subliminal safari in reliable rectification for all involved, whilst undoubtedly scoring much needed feathers in the cap and much needed political kudos.
Would be certainly great game play at the end of the day would it not? :-)
would you like help with that?
Some things never change.
Autocompletion can be useful on occasion, for example if I type "for", it would be useful for it to prepopulate the correct syntax for a for loop in the language I am using, or if I type in a function name, it could show me the arguments for the function.
And of course, code libraries are a thing, and useful for standard things that lots of programs need to do.
Otherwise, how is it going to know what I want? Very probably the whole reason I'm writing it is because it hasn't been done before.
Most people shouldn't train this AI by themselves unless they want to spew 100x more crap than they currently are. That could open up an interesting market for pre-trained AIs that help improve your coding. It won't fix architecture at this point but it might help those who struggle with basic coding tasks. As with any market, scams will follow. Imagine selling pre-trained AI to introduce subtle vulnerabilities into applications.
As with any market, scams will follow. Imagine selling pre-trained AI to introduce subtle vulnerabilities into applications. .... Anonymous Coward
I sincerely trust, AC, you aint trying to smear and peddle that as a scam whenever a vital future facility and practical utility.
That would be akin to Toxic Misinformation for Errant Misdirectiion.
I never get a full spec, it has to be done yesterday.
It's a maze of twisty little passages that all look the same, yet produce different and occasionally the right results.
It works and seldom fails even if it is an unstructured mess that is hard to maintain (for anyone other than me)
I welcome a machine coding for me, I was thinking of sub-letting my job any ways.
Beer because it helps me care less about the shite I produce
Surely, instead of trying to replace programmers with deep learning systems, we should be focusing on replacing lawyers and politicians... .... damocles
Would it be surprising and/or understandable knowing that deep learning systems programmers are already well focussed on that particular and peculiar work in progress, damocles.
It is what is so effectively spooking current established and assumed/presumed default executive administrative operations/Remote SCADA Systems.
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