Das passiert, wenn ich eine Stunde lang Stephen Wolfram zuhöre. Ich schreibe einen Post auf Nensch, in dem ich aus diesem Video/Artikel zitiere:
One question I've been interested in is, what does the world look like when most people can write code? We had a transition, maybe 500 years ago or something, from a time when only scribes and a small set of the population were literate and could write natural language. Today, a small fraction of the population can write code.
Aber das wird sich hoffentlich ändern. Was passiert dann?
The rise of literacy gave us some things like bureaucracy, for example, which had existed in the past, but it dramatically accelerated, for better or worse. It gives us a greater depth of governmental systems. What does that look like in the case where most people can code? How does the coding world relate to the cultural world?