If you've been a programmer for more than two years, you're probably familiar with Stack Overflow, a popular online forum where developers can ask and answer questions about programming languages and problems. It's a valuable resource for programmers of all levels, and it's also a source of many jokes about developers who rely too heavily on Stack Overflow answers.
I've recently noticed that there is an increasing reliance on ChatGPT, Bard, and other AI platforms among up-and-coming programmers. Could this signal the end of Stack Overflow? Are these new AI tools good replacements for Stack Overflow? Is the idea of relying on a platform for debugging a good one?
In conclusion, are AI-generated codes suitable for young developers to add to their codebase without extensive refactoring? I'd love to hear your thoughts.