Reply to post: Re: AIs are very context sensitive

IBM compiles dataset to teach software how software is made: 14m code samples, half of which actually work


Re: AIs are very context sensitive

Not necessarily. It depends on the encoding of the training set. If you encode such that the neural network learns only the structure of the test then it will do just as you say. However, if you encode the training data such that it learns the grammatical forms of function and process then it should be able to spot good and bad programming without the context of the tasks that IBM set.

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