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    Default Code Defect AI bug finder

    Artificial intelligence efficiently minimizes bugs in code

    Code Defect AI is available on GitHub with a permissive license.

    For starters it looks like a large set of examples of errors would be required to build a database for the AI (artificial intelligence) to be trained on.
    Any ideas on how this could be done?

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    Personally I think that is just another "flight of fancy" to get money for promotion and R&D

    The amount of programming languages, and the amount of platforms, and the sheer compexity of programs on different platforms, all doing different things makes this type of program meaningless. Not to mention the massive changes that are currently occuring in everything more rapidly because "change means more money"

    OK, it could pick up some syntax errors, or obvious semantic errors, but for it to work as it states it will need to see every single program ever created, and going to be created, and know every single programming language, and future programming languages, and see them when they are fully working and not fully working, and know about every single peripheral, protocol, and storage system etc on the planet!

    Maybe in 50 years time something like this could pick up on obvious, possible, issues, if the platforms stabilise more as they did in the 1990s and programming languages merge into one type, but certainly not now! It could use a type of database to scan known errors but these have been going for a few decades now and they are certainly not AI. IMO this type of system belongs in StarTrek. So called AI can't even spot dodgy pictures or dodgy texts on social media without getting it wrong, never mind something as complex and exacting as computer languages and systems doing a near infinite amount of different things.

    The AI nonesense is being used far too freely these days as a "Buzz" word, but most of it is very much "not" Artificial Intelligence". I'm surprised they have not stated that spell checkers or grammar checkers are Artificial Intelligence at work. :-)
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