A "material architecture" is nothing like a learning engine, nothing at all. We are actually developing computer programs that do it, they are written to mimic the human brain perfectly, I worked on a few of them myself, and they don't start with a predefined "code" at all, it's randomized from the start and learns everything. The problem is that we cannot get the processing power we need for it to work as quickly as the biological brain.<quoted text>
You lack a sufficient overview of the process to know what you are professing.
Try creating the material architecture that will accept the code you now write. It is all much more complicated than you are capable of understanding now. There is a lot more to it than just translating it into machine language.
Then at the end you just reworded what I said, it's not "code," it's a language, the brain develops a language for comprehending the world around it, even the simplest concept like the number zero has a very complex set of neurons firing when you just think the value. It's a language, not a "code" at all. You just admitted it, so at least you're learning still.