Google and Microsoft are creating a monopoly on coding in plain language
By David Murakami Wood, Associate Professor in Sociology, Queen's University, Ontario
David Eliot, Masters Student, Surveillance Studies, Queen's University, Ontario
Natural language coding means that people won’t need to learn specialized coding languages to write programs or design websites. But large corporations will control the means of translation.
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- Wednesday, September 8, 2021