Today's masterclass features Adam Smith, founder and CEO of Kite, an AI-powered coding assistant that aims to help developers code smarter and faster by automating repetitive, "tedious" parts of programming. Smith talks about how Kite helps improve developer productivity and the future of using deep learning for code.
Why Smith created Kite:
- Smith says he started it because he was frustrated by always needing to perform Google searches while coding to recall basic syntax and function calls. "Kite provides developers with just the right info at just the right time so they can stay in flow instead of having to context-switch to their web browser to sift through noisy, community-generated information," he says.
How Kite's underlying deep learning model work and how it was trained:
- Kite's models learn from...
- Smith says Kite plans on expanding language support...