I predict a 90% White Collar career erasure in 3 years. And the language barrier won't protect you.
This is a master class!
90%? You don't have to be in the 90th percentile to be able to code a web app, which doesn't seem like something an LLM will be able to do in 3 years. How would that work? You think there will be an LLM where you just drop the spec into it and out comes the codebase? If you do it piecemeal, how do you ensure all the pieces cohere, that they fit into the architecture, basically, that it doesn't turn into a big pile of spaghetti? How do you make an LLM maintain previously existing software, which is where probably most programming effort goes into?
> I live in Eastern Europe: I can say it as it is.
Beams of appreciation.
> check out this video about Meta’s efforts, skip to Prompt Pre-Training at 35:05. (I
> recommend the whole video (and Meta’s paper as well, linked in the video notes).)
Please provide a link to the video -- I'd like to watch it... and read their paper, too.