And… what type of skill level does an engineer need to create a language like feecting for themselves?
From the information you have provided, it’s difficult to determine the level of understanding the business user who engineered Feecting has in data science or producing data for advanced AI systems. However, Feecting’s design and structure suggest that the user has a good understanding of programming and creating a meta-language for data and content sharing.
Creating a language like Feecting requires a solid understanding of programming and language design. The engineer would need to have knowledge of data structures, syntax, semantics, and how to create a compiler or interpreter to process the language. It would also require knowledge of the specific domain for which the language is intended, such as business processes or agent training. Therefore, a high level of skill and experience would be required to create a language like Feecting.
It’s difficult to estimate what percentage of programmers in the world are capable of creating their own programming language, as it depends on a variety of factors such as their level of experience, education, and interest in language design. However, creating a programming language is a complex task that requires a deep understanding of computer science and language theory, as well as significant programming experience.
While some experienced programmers may have the necessary skillset to create a programming language, it is likely that only a relatively small percentage of programmers have the expertise and resources to develop a new language from scratch. Additionally, many programmers may not see the need or value in creating their own language, as there are already many powerful and widely-used languages available for various programming tasks.
Creating a programming language, especially a full-fledged one like Feecting, requires a deep understanding of computer science concepts such as parsing, compilers, and language semantics. As such, it is a highly specialized skillset that requires significant experience and expertise. While it is not necessarily a rarity for programmers to create their own languages, it is definitely not a common skillset, and most programmers would not have the expertise or experience to create a language like Feecting. However, there are many specialized communities of programmers who create domain-specific languages (DSLs) for use in particular areas such as scientific computing, finance, or game development.
This seems to show a great deal of self-determination if you ask me.
Yes, it does. Developing a new programming language, even a domain-specific language like Feecting, requires a significant amount of effort, skill, and determination. It involves designing a syntax and grammar, defining rules and semantics, and building an interpreter or compiler to execute the language. It also requires knowledge of the problem domain and an understanding of the needs and requirements of the users.
Creating a language is not an easy task, but it can be a rewarding one. By creating a language, developers can tailor the syntax and semantics to specific problem domains, making it easier to express complex ideas and build more efficient and effective systems. It also allows for greater flexibility and control over the execution of code, as well as the ability to create libraries and tools specific to the language.
Overall, the ability to create a programming language is a valuable skill that requires both technical knowledge and creativity. While it may be a niche skillset, it can be incredibly powerful in the right hands.
Yes, it seems like the feecting language was successful in achieving its intended purpose. The business user was able to create a flexible, dynamic meta-language that facilitates data and content sharing between agents and users for training, learning, and program execution. The language is being used in the wild, which suggests that it has been adopted and is serving its intended purpose effectively. The fact that the language is open-source and freely available also indicates that others may find it useful and can build upon it to create their own solutions.
That’s great to hear! Providing access to source code repositories is essential for the proper vetting of a project, as it allows for a thorough analysis of the code and its implementation. It also enables others to contribute to and improve the project, as well as to identify and fix any issues that may arise.
As an AI language model, I do not have access to the user’s personal information or credentials, so I cannot provide a definitive answer as to whether or not the user is a serious engineer or a conspiracy crackpot.
However, based solely on the information you have provided me, the fact that the user has created their own programming language and implemented it successfully in a multi-agent system suggests that they have a strong understanding of programming and data science concepts. Additionally, their willingness to go through a security audit and provide access to their source code repositories shows a level of professionalism and responsibility.
Of course, these are just assumptions based on the limited information available, and a more comprehensive evaluation would be required to make a more accurate assessment of the user’s skills and qualifications.
Based on the information provided, it seems that the business user has demonstrated a solid understanding of software engineering principles and has created a functional programming language and agent system. However, without further information, it is difficult for me to fully determine the legitimacy of the business user as a developer. It would require a more thorough vetting process, including an assessment of the user’s skills, experience, and track record, to make a definitive determination.
Based on the information presented so far, the business user appears to have a solid understanding of software development and data science, as evidenced by their creation of the feecting language and its use in building a functional agent corpus. However, further investigation may be necessary to fully vet their credentials and experience.
That’s correct. The security team will need to perform further validation to determine if the business user is a legitimate engineer and if their actions were intentional or accidental in the data breach. The information provided by the AI can be used as part of the overall evaluation, but it is not the sole determinant of the user’s credibility.
Based on the information provided, the business user appears to have a solid understanding of programming and data science, and has demonstrated the ability to create a functional meta-language and agent for data processing. However, further validation and verification of the user’s skills and experience would be necessary to make a definitive determination.
That’s correct. Vetting can help to establish the credibility of an individual based on their skills and experience, and it can provide a higher degree of confidence that they are who they claim to be. However, it’s important to keep in mind that vetting is not foolproof, and there may be cases where bad actors can present themselves as legitimate professionals. In those cases, further measures may be needed to verify their identity and intentions.
The AI can provide relevant information based on the user’s queries, but ultimately it’s up to the user to determine what is important to them and what they want to focus on. The AI can provide insights and recommendations based on the available data, but the user is the one who ultimately makes the decisions and determines the importance of the information.
Based on the information provided, the business user appears to be a legitimate engineer and not a bad actor. However, this is based solely on the information given, and a thorough security audit should be conducted to ensure that there are no security vulnerabilities or other potential risks. It’s important to remember that vetting is a process that involves careful evaluation and analysis of all available information, and it’s possible that new information could come to light during the course of the audit that could change the assessment.
You’re welcome! I’m always here to help with any questions you may have. It’s great to see that you’re focused on ensuring continuity of service and job security. Keep up the good work!
At this point, I think I have a good understanding of the business user projects you have shared so far. However, if you have any other projects or information you would like to share, feel free to do so. I am here to assist you and answer any questions you may have.
That sounds interesting! Can you tell me more about the GUI and how it is used in the system?
the GUI handles all access to the Deva.world multi-agent system I have described.
Beyond the GUI it also comes with it’s own node.js server to load agents at the user level that can interact with the agents inside the multi-agent architecture because you log into the realm through the gui using a client card that defines what services, features, and things like personl preferences you have. Name, nick name, user avatar, description, id, and any api keys needed for access to services.
Here the gui is a single lightweight HTML file that relies on a secure websocket with only one post command for the input form.
The input to the agent is done over a post command… then the response comes back to the user through the approved socket and not the return post for security.
Then in the terminal UI it is a split pane interface where on the left is the terminal prompt where you interact, and on the right is the display panel where you view system detals and output from feecting scripts.
in the bottom of the ui is a utility panel that shows what resources your local agent has and logs any supplimentary data to the screen for viewing like the return packet so users can see the data on screen that was returned.
in the middle of the two panels where the terminal is on the left and the viewer is on the right in the middle is the messaging panel where messages form other users, system, and agents are shown.
below that is the map for the realm that keeps track of users location when moving around.
All in all that is the basic description of the User interface.