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GitHub’s new AI tool doesn’t violate copyrights, says expert

06/07/2021

Last week, GitHub launched a new AI-powered tool called Copilot that’s meant to help developers out by suggesting snippets of code automatically. The tool was developed in conjunction with OpenAI by training the system on publically available source code of different projects. On paper, this feels like any other AI...
Last week, GitHub launched a new AI-powered tool called Copilot that’s meant to help developers out by suggesting snippets of code automatically. The tool was developed in conjunction with OpenAI by training the system on publically available source code of different projects. On paper, this feels like any other AI project’s training method. But several people took to Twitter criticizing GitHub’s move and calling it a copyright violation. “I’m leaving GitHub because copilot uses my OpenSource code for training” is such an odd move. Anyone can fork it to there and GitHub can feed OpenSource code from anywhere to it…This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: GitHub
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