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I see English being the programming language of the future.  Doubtless, there will be adherents of French, just as there are people who use Prolog, but I only mean that most domain expertise will be expressed as natural language explanations. (Incidentally, most LLMs use an encoding that treats words, and parts of words, as 50k symbols, reminiscent of Chinese, unlike alphabet-based languages.  This might suggest that logosyllabic languages are more natural for LLMs.) Programming will be done by giving examples of the transformation that is required. Debugging will be done by giving the model feedback on the best generated responses. Quality will improve by making the explanations in examples more precise, coherent, and detailed.

There will remain areas where traditional programming is most appropriate...

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