And here is the code that could do it. Not only it gets it mind around how to do addition, subtraction, multiplication, but it also grasp concepts of loops, if statements, variables... All by being exposed to puzzles represented by Python code and to the output of the code.
Well, the code was published yesterday, and if you have Linux with Nvidia GPU you could try it yourself. Link to relevant paper is on the same page.
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