Google wants to let robots write their own code


Google has released an new open source benchmark that it says will allow robots to perform tasks by writing their own code in response to human-written instructions. 

The company has launched a new website (opens in new tab) to reveal “Code as Policies” (CAP), whereby prompts written in plain English can be interpreted into language-model generated programs (LMPs) written in Python code.



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