Presented by:

Ken Kahn

from University of Oxford
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When constructing JavaScript or Python programs (or others), ChatGPT can generate code, help in debugging, read documentation, explain how some code works, and answer questions about the code. AI-assisted programming is likely the future of programming. It is very empowering. See my post on my experiments generating apps with LLMs. Pedagogically it is a very different experience than current practice with many pros and cons. Here's my recent talk at Stanford about all this.

But now programming languages that are not text-based are at a disadvantage. While ChatGPT can help a Snap! programmer it clearly can be much more helpful when programming in a textual language. See my post about using ChatGPT to create simple Snap! programs.

Let's have a lively discussion about what this means for Snap!

30 min
Online-only track 2
Snap!Con 2023
Birds of a Feather
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