Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) is developing a ChatGPT equivalent for enterprise code generation, according to its Chief Operating Officer N Ganapathy Subramaniam.
What Happened? In an interaction with the Economic Times, Subramaniam explains that the project aims to utilise TCS’s vast internal code, data, and resources. The IT giant plans to create in-house algorithms using large language modelling functions, like those in generative AI chatbots such as ChatGPT, but tailored for enterprise code generation.
Subramaniam explained that generative AI learns from past code, data, and experience, and TCS can use its extensive knowledge as a base. The company is working on developing proprietary generative AI algorithms for code generation, and Subramaniam believes the process needs to mature further, particularly regarding ownership and IP of the end products.
Before his retirement next year, Subramaniam expects TCS to launch some generative AI solutions, emphasizing the importance of the company having its own secure and contextual generative AI to accelerate client projects.
As regulations mature, he foresees “prompt engineers” becoming crucial roles within the organization, helping communicate contextual queries to large language models for enterprise needs.
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TCS aims to integrate its generative AI with its low-code development platform, MasterCraft, which currently serves over 100 clients. This integration will move the Infosys rival closer to its vision of MasterCraft as an intelligent low-code platform, akin to Microsoft-owned GitHub and OpenAI’s Copilot.
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