How AI Will Soon Replace Coding

Derick David
Utopian
Published in
2 min readFeb 25, 2024

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Nvidia CEO Jensen Huang has a unique perspective on what kids should study in school. At the World Government Summit 2024, Jensen shares an eye-opening view on AI in relation to coding.

He said that instead of just learning how to code, students should focus on learning about specific subjects like biology, chemistry, or finance.

Huang argues that with the rise of AI, we can use human language prompts instead of complex programming languages, making it easier for everyone to be a programmer.

“It is our job to create computing technology SUCH that nobody has to program. The programming language is human. Everybody in the world is now a programmer.” —Jensen Huang, NVIDIA CEO

So what does this mean for students?

It means that they don’t necessarily need to learn how to code to use technology effectively. Instead, they can focus on developing a deep understanding of a particular subject area.

For example, if a student is interested in biology, they can learn about genetics, ecology, and other related topics. This approach allows students to gain a broader perspective on how technology intersects with their chosen fields, fostering innovation and creativity.

However, some people argue that understanding coding is still important for those who…

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Derick David
Utopian

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