As before long as Tom Smith obtained his hands on Codex — a new synthetic intelligence technologies that writes its very own laptop or computer programs — he gave it a career job interview.
He requested if it could tackle the “coding challenges” that programmers often deal with when interviewing for massive-dollars careers at Silicon Valley corporations like Google and Fb. Could it write a method that replaces all the areas in a sentence with dashes? Even greater, could it create a single that identifies invalid ZIP codes?
It did each quickly, just before finishing quite a few other responsibilities.