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Wednesday, March 22, 2023

GitHub unveils Copilot X: The Future of AI-powered Software Development

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GitHub unveils Copilot X: The future of AI-powered software development

Michael Nuñez in Venturebeat

@MichaelFNunez, March 22, 2023

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GitHub, the leading platform for software development collaboration, has announced today the next step in AI-driven software development with the introduction of Copilot X. As a pioneer in the use of generative AI for code completion, GitHub is now taking its partnership with OpenAI further by adopting the latest GPT-4 model and expanding Copilot’s capabilities.

Launched less than two years ago, GitHub Copilot has already made a significant impact on the world of software development. GitHub reported today that the AI-powered tool, built using OpenAI’s Codex model, currently writes 46% of the code on the platform and has helped developers code up to 55% faster. By auto-completing comments and code, Copilot serves as an AI pair programmer that keeps developers focused and productive.

GitHub Copilot X, the upgraded version being released today, represents a bold vision for the future of AI-powered software development. With an emphasis on accessibility, the upgraded Copilot will now be available throughout the entire development life cycle, going beyond mere code completion. By incorporating chat and voice features, developers can communicate with Copilot more naturally. Additionally, Copilot X will be integrated into pull requests, command lines and documentation, providing instant answers to questions about projects.

The transformative potential of AI in software development is on full display with GitHub Copilot X. By reducing boilerplate and manual tasks, developers can focus on more complex and innovative work. This new level of productivity will allow developers to concentrate on the bigger picture, fostering innovation and accelerating human progress.  ... ' 

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