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Building apps with GPT-3? Here's how to balance cost and performance

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Last week, OpenAI removed the waitlist for the application programming interface to GPT-3, its flagship language model. Now, any developer who meets the conditions for using the OpenAI API can apply and start integrating GPT-3 into their applications. Since the beta release of GPT-3, developers have built hundreds of applications on top of the language model. But building successful GPT-3 products presents unique challenges. You must find a way to leverage the power of OpenAI's advanced deep learning models to provide the best value to your users while keeping your operations scalable and cost-efficient.


What OpenAI and GitHub's "AI pair programmer" means for the software industry

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OpenAI has once again made the headlines, this time with Copilot, an AI-powered programming tool jointly built with GitHub. Built on top of GPT-3, OpenAI's famous language model, Copilot is an autocomplete tool that provides relevant (and sometimes lengthy) suggestions as you write code. Copilot is currently available to select applicants as an extension in Visual Studio Code, the flagship programming tool of Microsoft, GitHub's parent company. While the AI-powered code generator is still a work in progress, it provides some interesting hints about the business of large language models and the future directions of the software industry. The official website of Copilot describes it as an "AI pair programmer" that suggests "whole lines or entire functions right inside your editor."


Will AI coding assistants like GitHub's Copilot transform developers' jobs?

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OpenAI has once again made the headlines, this time with Copilot, an AI-powered programming tool jointly built with GitHub. Built on top of GPT-3, OpenAI's famous language model, Copilot is an autocomplete tool that provides relevant (and sometimes lengthy) suggestions as you write code. Copilot is currently available to select applicants as an extension in Visual Studio Code, the flagship programming tool of Microsoft, GitHub's parent company. While the AI-powered code generator is still a work in progress, it provides some interesting hints about the business of large language models and the future directions of the software industry. Attend the tech festival of the year and get your super early bird ticket now!


LI artificial intelligence startup can write your emails

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The time you spend writing emails could be cut drastically. A college student has launched a Long Island artificial intelligence startup that writes emails automatically from a few fragmentary notes. Matt Shumer, 20, who launched Melville-based OthersideAI Inc. in July, is beta-testing the software as a Chrome browser extension for users of the Google Gmail service. Versions for Microsoft Corp.'s Outlook and other email clients are planned, said Shumer, who is the company's chief executive. OthersideAI's Quick Response software can reduce time spent on emails by 75% by learning the way "a user thinks and responds," the company said.


Can artificial intelligence make software development more productive?

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The idea that software can be developed by artificial intelligence without requiring a human developer opens a world of possibilities -- and questions. Software development AI applications are targeted mainly at developers, promising to act as'co-pilots', and making them more productive. Could this be taken even further to the point where developers are not required at all? What benefit could it have for business users? Having recently been granted preview access to the OpenAI Codex application, Ravi Sawhney took it on a tour through the lens of a business user.