As you are probably aware, there a hundreds of computer languages used for software and program development.  There is the old school programing languages such as: C++, HTML, and PHP.  These are among the best computer programming languages, and they are still used to write programs today.  However, the need for adaptable programming languages is growing.

This is due in part to the growth of robots and other artificial intelligence (A.I.).  Developing a language that works with robots or super brain computers is the next wave in programming language development.  Adaptable programming language is an untapped and charted arena in programming development.

Since such languages are still their infancy, they are being layered in with traditional programming languages, primarily C++.  However, developers are quickly moving away from such layering and more toward a stand-alone adaptable programming language that will allow A.I. to continuously learn new things daily, without the need for new programming.  Providing A.I. with the ability to learn and adapt without any additional programming will push the computing future father ahead then ever imagined.

Plus, an adaptable programming language will allow programmers to develop software programs without having to worry about having to reprogram or patch the same software six months from now.  Imagine, how great it will be not having to update your anti-virus or anti-spyware every few months.  In the future programs such as these will be written in an adaptive program language and those pesky quarterly updates may be a thing of the past.  Why?  Because the program will automatically adapt and update on your computer, requiring little more than an acknowledgement on your part.

These are just a few of the many ways an adaptable programming language will make things for everyone easier.

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