Fifth generation language
<language, artificial intelligence> A myth the Japanese spent a lot of money on.
In about 1982, MITI decided it would spend ten years and a lot of money applying artificial intelligence to programming, thus solving the software crisis.
The project spent its money and its ten years and in 1992 closed down with a wimper.
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