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Question: Being a software developer you are an expert on how code is created compiled and processed. Do you see any parallels between computer code and human DNA? Like DNA is the code that tells the cells how configure themselves and what traits and attributes to manifest. As we know complex code does not happen by chance, a programmer is needed. Would you attribu
Asked by Prizmaxic (65.73.206.x) on September 21 2018, 2:00pm
Reply on September 21 2018, 2:18pm:
    I'm no biologist... Seems like DNA has more in common with neural networks/machine learning than with written code, though.

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