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IBM’s Project CodeNet Accelerates How Companies Will Take AI in Software Development

By ET Bureau - May 24, 2021 1 Mins Read


IBM‘s AI research division has published a 14-million-sample dataset to help programmers create machine learning models. The dataset, dubbed Project CodeNet, is named after ImageNet, the well-known repository of labeled images that sparked a revolution in computer vision and deep learning.

Although it’s unlikely that machine learning models based on the CodeNet dataset will render human programmers obsolete, there’s reason to be optimistic that they will increase developer productivity.

Impressive developments in Machine Learning in the early 2010s sparked excitement (and fear) that artificial intelligence would soon automate several tasks, including programming. However, AI’s adoption in software development has been very small.

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