Could AI-Generated Code Be Too Much of a Good Thing? | WSJ Tech News Briefing

A growing number of Fortune 100 companies are using generative artificial intelligence to write computer code. But chief information officers worry all these new lines of code could create problems.

WSJ enterprise technology reporter Isabelle Bousquette joins host Zoe Thomas to discuss their concerns.

Plus, a chatbot designed to help people with eating disorders doled out weight- loss advice. WSJ family and tech columnist Julie Jargon explains what happened.

0:00 Chatbot for disordered eating
2:13 Problems with the chatbot
4:22 What happens next for Tessa?
4:45 What kind of code can AI write?
5:58 Concerns surrounding this code
6:56 Managing the code
8:01 Steps CIOs are taking to deal with the code

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