For the last two weeks, I am writing code using Github Copilot and it's addictive. The context it picks from existing code is mind-blowing. It's not a regular autocomplete model trained on Stackoverflow.
What you are going to read is not advice or suggestions, it's things that I learnt the hard way. It's the anti-conventional-wisdom list so I hope some of the things will offend you
I love grey colour, I hate cats, democracy is bad, eating animals is okay These all are opinions sorted in controversial order. But what are opinions? How can someone justify eating animals?
US Centers for Disease Control (CDC) advise that a person who has a temperature of 100.4° Fahrenheit or above has a fever. This was from research done in 1868 (154 years ago)
This week USPTO concluded [https://www.scribd.com/document/561762623/106-115-Decision-on-Priority] that Harvard and MIT will have patent rights to CRISPR instead of UC Berkeley. CRISPR let scientist edit the blueprint of human