IBM watsonx™ Code Assistant leverages generative AI to accelerate development while maintaining the principles of trust, security and compliance at its core. Developers and IT Operators can speed up application modernization efforts and generate automation to rapidly scale IT environments.
watsonx Code Assistant is powered by the IBM Granite foundation models that include state-of-the-art large language models designed for code, geared to help IT teams create high-quality code using AI-generated recommendations based on natural language requests or existing source code.
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Help developers with AI-generated code recommendations based on natural language inputs or existing source code.
Enable developers to write net new or convert quality code with greater efficiency by reducing cognitive switching.
Empower developers to review code recommendations and match to the originating data source before accepting.
Allow developer teams to build skills using the product.
Provide developers with access to IBM foundation models that bring AI where they work—keeping purpose-built and deployment efficiency at the front and center.
Generate net new code with applicable syntax from natural language requests.
Gain transparency through visibility into the potential origin of generated code recommendations.
Translate code from one language to another or refactor legacy code.
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