Meta is taking Help from OpenAI to develop Coding Assistant
Meta is in touch with Microsoft-backed OpenAI to take help in the development of artificial intelligence (AI) coding assistants for its engineers.
CTO of Meta, Andrew Bosworth, told his plan to his team. He said the cost of AI coding assistants is crazy, costing us about seven cents per query.
He told its team they are considering OpenAI to work with for the AI coding assistants because there is a natural business integration.
Andrew Bosworth revealed that the company is working on a guide that knows more about our code and our internal documentation built on our infrastructure.
As we are moving very fast, I expect we will have something to play with in mid of June or the end of June.
As per the reports, venture capitalists invested on OpenAI about $300 million on a valuation of $27 billion. TechCrunch shows many VC firms as investors of OpenAI, which includes Tiger Global, Sequoia Capital, Andreessen Horowitz, Thrive, and K2 Global. Also, they are picking more shares of the OpenAI.
Also Read: OpenAI Launches New ‘Incognito Mode’ for Chatbot ChatGPT.
Microsoft has already invested $10 Billion in OpenAI, which is behind the success of the AI bot, ChatGPT. According to similar web reports, ChatGPT got one billion hits from users in February.