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Programming Tool Turns Handwriting into Computer Code

By Cornell Chronicle

November 30, 2022

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A team of Cornell University researchers created the Notate interface to translate handwriting and sketches into computer code.

The pen-based interface enables digital notebook users to open drawing canvases and to handwrite diagrams within lines of traditional code.

Notate is driven by a deep learning model, allowing notation in the handwritten diagram to reference textual code and vice versa.

Cornell's Ian Arawjo said, "People are ready for this type of feature, but developers of interfaces for typing code need to take note of this and support images and graphical interfaces inside code."

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