OpenAI releases a new machine learning tool that translates code into English. Software called Codex is designed to speed up the work of professional programmers, but can also help entertainers start coding.
Make code faster and more accessible
Codex demos, OpenAI shows you how to use the software to create simple websites And basic games using natural language. Codex allows Translate into different programming languages And Process data queries. Users type English commands into software, and the codex translates them into code. The software is still under development. It is not yet operational, but can prove invaluable Make code faster and more accessible.
An earlier version of the OpenAI codex was used to create a tool called Copilot for GitHub, a code repository owned by Microsoft, a close ally of OpenAI. Copilot is similar to Gmail’s automation tools, offering suggestions on how users can finish lines of code as they type. However, OpenAI Codex is very advanced and flexible, not only to complete the code, but also to generate it.
A tool based on GPT-3
Codex is based on GPT-3, OpenAI language generation model. Codex, developed specifically for open source code repositories pulled from the web, enhances the capabilities of its predecessors. OpenAI’s Copilot tool often recommends snippets of code written by others. For example, the entire knowledge base of the project was derived from shared open source jobs for the benefit of individuals, not companies. And many indexers complain about this.
The same criticisms will be leveled at Codex, however OpenAI claims that the company is legally using this data for fair use. OpenAI wants to create its own tools using the codex, which claims to be in a better position to improve the basic models.
What is the codex really used for?
In one demonstration, the codex was first used to create a simple website, and then a basic game. Codex is not a magical tool for understanding the programmer’s brain. It is not possible to convert every order into a flawless code. Also, OpenAI does not have this claim. Instead, the company recognizes the limitations of the codex that still needs improvement. Codex does not convert coders into expert programmers overnight. But it is more accessible than any other programming language.
OpenAI is optimistic about the potential of Codex Change programming and ID as a whole. Codex will definitely help to alleviate the shortage of programmers. Next step: Remove special coding languages completely and replace them with English commands. Codex also has the ability to monitor other programs. Many codex applications should definitely see the light of day soon.
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