There’s been several articles on how programmers can adapt to writing code with AI. But presumably AI companies will then gather more data from how real-world programmers use their tools.

So long-time Slashdot reader ThePub2000 has a question. “Where’s the generative leaps if the humans using it as an assistant don’t make leaps forward in a public space?”

Let’s posit a couple of things:
– First, your AI responses are good enough to use.
– Second, because they’re good enough to use you no longer need to post publicly about programming questions.
Where does AI go after it’s “perfected itself”?

Or, must we live in a dystopian world where code is scrapable for free, regardless of license, but access to support in an AI from that code comes at a price?

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