GitHub Copilot creates complete Operating System that is "definitely not Linux wink wink"
“It was created by an Artificial Intelligence. So it’s definitely not plagiarism or anything.”
Early Friday morning, Microsoft announced that its GitHub Copilot software has been greatly expanded, and now has the capability of generating massive amounts of code — such as entire operating systems. The first operating system to be created by the new Copilot has been named "definitely not Linux wink wink".
“Any similarity to any existing software is purely coincidental,” stated Satya Nadella, CEO of Microsoft, the parent company of GitHub. “It was created by an Artificial Intelligence. So it’s definitely not plagiarism or anything.”
The Copilot software works by cataloging all of the source code stored on GitHub, then uses Artificial Intelligence to generate brand new, never before seen source code.
“The source code for ‘Linux’ and ‘definitely not Linux wink wink’ are totally different,” exclaimed one Microsoft engineer in a totally not overly defensive way. “For example, the kernel module loader function in ‘Linux’ has a variable named LoadCfrFs. In the same function in ‘definitely not Linux wink wink’ that variable is named LoadCfrFs2. See? Totally different! This is brand new code!”
In unrelated news, The Linux Foundation has announced that they will be changing their name to “The definitely not Linux wink wink Foundation”.
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