The lawsuit, led by programmer and lawyer Matthew Butterick, specifically takes issues with Githubs , an AI assistant tool that offers programmers suggested snippets of code while theyre coding, sort of like the autocomplete function in Google Docs or Gmail. Copilot learned which types of lines to code after scraping huge swatches of publicly available lines of code on the open internet. During this process, the proposed class action alleges Copilot blatantly ignores or removes licenses...

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