Why is Bypassing Programming Languages Important?
Programming languages are limited tools that are designed to address the problem of humans instructing machines that can only process binary code represented by ones and zeros. The exception is quantum computers, which we will address in a future project.
Human languages are fundamental to how people, cultures, and societies represent the meaning of all things and behaviors. That is historically not the purpose of programming languages, which is evidenced by the small percentage of humanity that understand programming languages.
However, all functioning humans (possessing a way of signaling intent, including non-verbal methods) can express meaning. Meaning Coordinates are a way to map expressed meaning to machine behaviors, without programming languages. WantWare is designed to dynamically map all ways of signaling intent to Meaning Coordinates so that machine instructions can be generated, in real-time.