Problem: Uncovering complex code patterns at scale is hard. Solution: Query codebases semantically (by meaning, not just syntax) at scale.
Problem: Developers easily adopt open-source, but it’s unclear how to monetize an open-sourced solution. Solution: Using an open-source business model and keeping it sustainable while maintaining high developer adoption.
Problem: Extending the kernel safely and easily is hard. Solution: eBPF lets you safely execute bytecode in the Linux kernel without changing the kernel source code or creating a kernel module.
Problem: Creating art by hand is hard, and using closed-source generative art is only open to a minority group. Solution: An open-source version of DALL-E that generates images automatically from text prompts, which you can run at home.
Problem: Quantum computers will be able to break current cryptography schemes (mainly asymmetric encryption, like RSA) easily. Solution: Use Lattice-based (a mathematical concept) Encryption, which is currently believed to be hard for quantum computers to solve efficiently.