As before long as Tom Smith acquired his arms on Codex — a new artificial intelligence technological know-how that writes its own personal computer applications — he gave it a career interview.
He asked if it could tackle the “coding challenges” that programmers generally experience when interviewing for significant-income careers at Silicon Valley firms like Google and Facebook. Could it publish a method that replaces all the spaces in a sentence with dashes? Even better, could it publish just one that identifies invalid ZIP codes?
It did the two right away, before completing a number of other duties. “These are