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The end of coding as we know it

ChatGPT has come for software developers

When ChatGPT was released to the world in November, most of us marveled at its ability to write rap lyrics and cover letters and high-school English essays.

But Adam Hughes, a software developer, was intrigued by artificial intelligence’s much-ballyhooed aptitude for writing code.

So he signed up for an account and asked ChatGPT to program a modified tic-tac-toe game, giving the game some weird rules so the bot couldn’t just copy code that another human had already written.

Then he quizzed it with the…

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