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Now AI can replace call center, worker(in the factory) and going to replace court. When will the AI can replace developer or tester?

I want to know how long can AI replace developer. e.g. next 10 years because...

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The ultimate goal of machine learning is to bypass the developer... When we will have a "master algorithm" that can learn how to generalize any function or algorithm from examples, it can essentially replace any developer, skip the 'development" stage, going from problem directly to algorithm.

We can't know when this will happen, but as we surrounded with multiple creatures (humans and animals) which can demonstrate learning algorithms and predictive model learning without any "developer" - we can assume that such an algorithm is possible.

If I would have to guess, I would say that we are probably very near the point where "developers" and "testers" will be replaced by learning algorithms. We could be a decade or two away from the point where people will not write any code or any testing at all. Programs and automation will be derived directly from describing the problems themselves in a natural language, visualizations or data collections. However, we still need some breakthroughs in combining feature learning with active memory, unsupervised learning, and artificial common sense.

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By AI is it artificial or more analytical

What makes us learn hat makes us learn?i ask i am a dr Can we be better clinicians Artificial Intelligence ? What can we learn from AI? is therefore defined as the theory and development of computer systems able to perform tasks that normally require human intelligence, such as visual perception, speech recognition, decision-making, and translation between languages.

Intelligent systems are better at understanding and tracking the changes that the human eye cannot detect. These machines are connected to vast amount of data, which they analyze in real time to generate a solution for a current problem. This process is referred to as data mining. Under ordinary circumstances, human can only collect and analyze a handful of data. Artificial is not the word to use

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