Artificial intelligence will fundamentally change how we work with computers. At Cogram, we’re working towards a future where computers and humans share a common language, to make programming and interacting with computers second-nature for everyone.

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Early 1800s: looms are 'programmed' with punched cards that define weaving patterns.

1945: the ENIAC, one of the first programmable digital computers.

1950s-today: programming languages, from Fortran to Julia

2020s: large artificial neural networks write code.

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