The new neural network suggests errors in the code and helps to improve it

Microsoft and Open AI have created GitHub Copilot, an AI service that tells you how to improve your code.

The GitHub Copilot system is trained to work with various frameworks and programming languages. The current technical preliminary version of the service is most sharpened for working with:

  • Python,
  • JavaScript,
  • TypeScript,
  • Ruby,
  • Go.

Copilot looks at the existing code, comments on it, and the location of the cursor and suggests adding or fixing something. As it runs, the algorithm learns from which amendments it accepts and rejects.

Copilot will first appear in the free open-source Microsoft Visual Studio Code. After that it is planned to add the algorithm to the commercial version of Visual Studio. When this will happen is not specified.

According to GitHub CEO Nat Friedman, the developers on GitHub have already appreciated the capabilities of the service and do not turn it off throughout the working day.

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