Minutes, APAS as a guerilla tactic for liberating proprietary software

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Previous message (by thread): Attendance of the AI Assist Committee on Tuesday 2022-03-22 Next message (by thread): Minutes, APAS as a guerilla tactic for liberating proprietary software Messages sorted by: [ date ] [ thread ] [ subject ] [ author ] Dear Bradley, Thank you for sharing the meeting minutes - it was an interesting read. I hope your wrist is better. Most of the discussion about licensing and CoPilot that I've read is concerned with proprietary APAS being fed FOSS input and producing code which is then licensed under some proprietary license. I'm left wondering about the opposite situation. What are the ethical (and legal) ramifications of APAS being fed proprietary input and producing code which is then copylefted? The culpable deniability of AI which is used to circumvent the protections offered by copyleft licenses could conversely offer a guerilla tactic for liberating proprietary software. Best, Joseph Turner

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