I read this as “can you fit a whole genome into a QR code”. Weird.
For anyone wanting an answer to that question, here’s a SO question and answers:
It is nice, but the statement that human has always capabilities to write faster code in assembly than compiler from C is utter bullshit. In theory - maybe, but in reality compilers optimisations can reason about the code way beyond human capabilities.
Not beyond human capabilities, just usually beyond human patience.
Let’s assume you are right.
Let Z be the program optimized better by a compiler than a human.
For Z to exist, there must be a logical or computational structure in the program that no human world recognize, but the compiler would. We assume such a structure exists.
However the compiler only does optimizations based on rules. Thus for Z to exist, there must be a rule a human can not understand.
Is there any rule written in to a compiler that a human can not understand? I will posit thus: a compiler rule is written or verified by a human. Thus for any given rule, there exists a human who can understand it and is able to calculate its correctness themselves.
Thus there is no rule beyond human comprehension.
There is no computational or logical structure in a program that a human can not parse as well as the optimizing compiler.
And a human optimised program can always be equally fast as a compiler optimized program. Z does not exist, and you are not correct.