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Hi ,
I was wondering if there are certain languages that are better suited to AI solutions than others?
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This is an interesting question and taking it from the "pragmatic" viewpoint, I would say Python.  Python is a language I tried to actually drop in favor of fancier languages, but it is just too productive.  A lot of AI programming is experiments, and it lends itself toward something like Python.

If I had to pick what I would hope the language of the future would be, it would look something like F# or Swift for AI.  Swift could be a stealth language that could take market share from Python, not sure, but it is fun to use.
 
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Thanks Noah .
I like the idea of being 'pragmatic' . It beats over engineering every time.
 
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