GPT-3 and generative AI is the talk of the town as every business is now exploring the future with the tool. Koren edtech startup Elice has released a coding learning assistant AI chatbot based on GPT-3 called ‘AI Helpy.’
AI Helpy is a coding learning assistant AI chatbot that solves and explains code for learners or catches errors and helps correct them in the ‘Help Center’ where Q&A within the Elice platform is possible. It utilizes a GPT-3-based large language model (LLM), concisely organizes the code and translates it into other programming languages.
AI Helpy improved its performance by utilizing Elice’s approximately 150,000 Q&A and over 400 million text tokens. It was coded by fine-tuning the pre-trained machine learning (ML) model and optimized for related questions and answers.
As a result, learners can easily use it by dragging the code to the part they want to ask a question and ask immediately. The Elice Help Center reduced the average response time from 20 minutes to 1 minute through AI Helpy.
In addition, AI Helpy helps new learners in the field of computer science ask better questions. For users who have difficulty asking appropriate questions to the model when solving problems using LLM, AI Helpy provides five question options to encourage learners to ask more relevant questions and help them write good code.
Elice CPO Kim Soo-in said, “Elice wants to maximize the learning effect by utilizing AI in all areas of computer science learning with its data and questions. We plan to use AI infinitely in the future.” He added, “We plan to release a pro plan in the future, and we will continue to improve through the mobile AI Helpy that maximizes usability so that it is easy to code on mobile.”
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