Python, as one of the more easy-to-learn and -use languages, is ideal for beginners and experienced coders alike. The language comes with an extensive library that supports common commands and tasks. Its interactive qualities allow programmers to test code as they go, reducing the amount of time wasted on creating and testing long sections of code.
GoLang is a top-tier programming language. What makes Go really shine is its efficiency; it is capable of executing several processes concurrently. Though it uses a similar syntax to C, Go is a standout language that provides top-notch memory safety and management features. Additionally, the language’s structural typing capabilities allow for a great deal of functionality and dynamism.
Low/ No-code platforms: A lot of elements can be simply dragged and dropped from the library. They can be used by different people who need AI in their work but don’t want to dive deep into programming and computer science. In practice, the border between no-code and low-code platforms is pretty thin. Both still, usually leave some space for customization.
R is a strong contender, just missed this poll by a slight margin.