I often find myself responding to python questions about whether or not it is possible for Python code to write itself.
In this blog post, I will share my experience and explore the concept of self-writing code in the context of Python.
Technically speaking, this is an example of Python code writing other Python code.
Extending this idea to Python code generation, GANs could be trained on large datasets of diverse Python code to learn patterns and structures common to effective programs in various domains.
A more relevant interpretation of the concept nowadays would be code generation, where Python programs can indeed produce new Python code as their output based on inputs or criteria.