Metafor organizes a natural-language description of a program into the skeleton of a program by mapping the inherent structure of English -- parts of speech, syntax, and subject-verb-object roles -- into a basic programmatic structure of class objects, properties, functions, and if-then rules, said Liu.
This brings us one step closer to my longtime dream: a PPT-to-executable-code cross compiler. You input a PowerPoint presentation about your planned software and service, and it spits out the software. Add-on modules could also compile your PPT to patent
filings and incorporation/finance/options paperwork.