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Hmm...I'm a bit conflicted on the Copilot "training ML on GPL code is a license violation if Copilot isn't also GPL'd!" discourse.

It kinda seems like everyone's confidently asserting that Copilot MUST be a derivative work, which...doesn't seem as cut and dried to me.

If I, a human being, learned to code using a bunch of GPL code samples, would every piece of code I wrote from then on need to be GPL licensed as a derivative work? If not, why is it different if the computer does it?

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