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January 19, 2015

New Research Project Funded by Department of Defense Will Enable Faster, Better Coding

MADISON, Wis. — “The world is being rebuilt in code,” a recent New Yorker article proclaimed. What if there were a way to take the mind-boggling amount of existing computer code, organize it, and learn from it in a way that makes writing new code more error-free and secure? That scenario is headed toward reality