An Israeli company that uses artificial intelligence to develop artificial intelligence has released a new tool that efficiently generates code for programming.
Deci says its new program surpasses results released in equivalent models, has a minimal delay when processing, and can save costs by working on more affordable and widely available GPUs (graphic processing units used for display on computer screens).
The new DeciCoder was created using the company’s engine, the Automated Neural Architecture Construction (AutoNAC), which lets users build their own deep learning models.
Deep learning involves teaching computers to mimic the layered processes of the human mind, for example allowing driverless cars to distinguish between people and inanimate objects in its environment.
The DeciCoder is the first in a series of product releases that use the company’s generative AI that are set to be rolled out in the coming weeks. Developers can already use the program for free under the Apache 2.0 License, which only has few restrictions on the use of the code.
“From enabling the fastest and most cost-efficient deployment for enterprises, to now branching into generative AI, we are relentlessly pushing boundaries and empowering developers with the advanced models and tools needed to effectively implement AI-powered applications across industries,” said Yonatan Geifman, CEO & co-founder of Deci.
“Utilizing DeciCoder means less operations during inference, which translates to lower computational costs,” he said.