The use of artificial intelligence (AI) tools like the ChatGPT chatbot for coding has inspired both enthusiasm and reluctance among programmers.
Tony Smith, chief technology officer at U.K.-based Rightly, says AIs like ChatGPT have more pitfalls than advantages for software developers, as their code "is often flawed or inefficient." Other experts say AI-produced code can contain security defects, with ChatGPT possibly modeling bad behavior observed online, missing vulnerabilities, or using obsolete methods.
From BBC News
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