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You are contributing value, whether you like it not, when you make your code public. Training machine learning models on publicly available data is considered fair use across the machine learning community. The models gain insight and accuracy from the public collective intelligence. The only way to extract value back out is to use Copilot yourself.

Date: 2021-10-23

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GitHub (owned by Microsoft), has partnered with OpenAI to create an AI tool called Copilot that writes code for you. It is a plugin to Visual Studio Code which auto-generates code based on the contents of the current file, and your current cursor location.

Open AI developed Codex, a deep neural network language model that translates natural language into code, and Codex is integrated with Copilot. Side note: OpenAI runs on Microsoft Azure.

OpenAI's Codex was trained on publicly available source code and natural language, so it understands both programming and human languages. Codex is an API-driven service that has many more capabilities, which developers can explore — and build into their own apps — when OpenAI opens access to Codex later this year (2021).

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1. Evidence must be presented to support decisions made. (1) (R)0.79
2. People often make assertions that they cannot support. (1)0.61
3. It is easy to get access to the data I need to make good decisions. (1) (R)0.62
4. When making decisions we place more emphasis on evidence than on personal opinions. (1) (R)0.79

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Install the dependencies for mdx-bundler

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“Insist on yourself; never imitate. Your own gift you can offer with the cumulative force of a whole life's cultivation, but of the adopted talent of another, you have only an extemporaneous, half possession.”

— Ralph Waldo Emerson

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const debounce = (callback, wait) => {
    let timeoutId = null;

    return (...args) => {

        timeoutId = window.setTimeout(() => {
            callback.apply(null, args);
        }, wait);


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