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The end of coding as we know it
ChatGPT has come for software developers
- Aki Ito
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…