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GitHub Unveils New GPT-4-Powered Copilot Tool with Chat and Voice Support

Microsoft’s GitHub has released a new GPT-4 powered version of its Copilot programming assistant. Copilot X expands the tool’s capabilities to add a ChatGPT-style experience to code editors, pull request support, and AI-powered answers for software documentation. GitHub launched its original Copilot tool back in 2022. The AI-based service is based on OpenAI’s Codex model…

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Microsoft Releases Semantic Kernel SDK for Building AI-Powered Applications

Last week, Microsoft announced the release of Semantic Kernel (SK). The new open-source framework enables developers to integrate artificial intelligence (AI) and Large Language Models (LLMs) into their applications. Semantic Kernel is a lightweight software development kit (SDK) that helps developers to incorporate new experiences such as OpenAI’s ChatGPT-powered natural language responses directly into applications….

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GitHub’s Copilot for Business Now Available with a Powerful AI Model, VPN Proxy Support

Microsoft has announced the general availability of GitHub Copilot for Business. The AI-powered programming assistant costs $19 per user per month, and it includes organization-wide policy management, license management, additional privacy features, and corporate proxy support. Microsoft launched GitHub Copilot for Business in preview back in December 2022. Powered by OpenAI Codex, the tool enables…

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PyTorch Discloses Internal Dependency Compromised with Malicious Code

Last week, PyTorch identified a supply chain attack that potentially caused developers to download a compromised PyTorch dependency. The PyTorch team published an advisory to warn developers that the package includes malicious code to steal system data. PyTorch is an open-source framework that allows Python developers to build machine-learning applications. It was mainly developed by…

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GitHub Copilot for Business is Now Available with Admin Controls

GitHub has launched a business version of its GitHub Copilot AI-based coding assistant. The new GitHub Copilot for Business plan is now available for enterprise customers for $19 per user per month, and it comes with privacy features, organization-wide policy controls, and license management capabilities. Microsoft-owned GitHub teamed up with OpenAI to introduce its Copilot…

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Microsoft Releases .NET 7 with Performance Enhancements and More

Last Update: Nov 10, 2022

Microsoft announced the general availability of .NET 7 at its .NET Conf 2022 virtual event. The latest version of the open-source software development platform brings performance enhancements, container and cloud-native tools, and improvements to .NET libraries and frameworks. “.NET 7 brings your apps increased performance and new features for C# 11/F# 7, .NET MAUI, ASP.NET…

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GitHub Expands AI-Powered Copilot Tool to Business Customers

GitHub announced yesterday that it’s bringing the AI-powered Copilot coding assistant to business customers. The pair programming tool has been available for individuals since June, and the new offering will help larger teams of developers to improve their speed and productivity. With this release, enterprise customers will be able to purchase and manage GitHub Copilot…

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Microsoft’s GitHub Copilot Hit with Lawsuit for Software Piracy

A programmer has filed a lawsuit against Microsoft, GitHub, and OpenAI, claiming that their AI-powered coding assistant violates copyright laws. Lawyer and developer Matthew Butterick initiated the lawsuit on November 3 in the District Court of Northern California in San Francisco. Microsoft announced the general availability of GitHub Copilot in June 2022. GitHub Copilot is…

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Microsoft Partners with Canonical to Add Native .NET 6 Support to Ubuntu 22.04

Microsoft has partnered with Canonical to bring native .NET 6 support to Ubuntu 22.04. This update should facilitate the development of .NET applications on the popular Linux distribution. Specifically, developers can now install the .NET 6 SDK by running the “apt install dotnet6” command in the terminal to download all necessary packages. It is also…

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Microsoft Launches Visual Studio Code Server in Preview

Microsoft has recently released a new update (version 1.69) for Visual Studio Code. The big highlight of this release is a private preview of the Visual Studio Code Server, a backend service that lets developers securely connect to the editor via a web browser. The CLI of the VS Code Server creates a tunnel between…

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