Apple plans to develop an AI-based code completion tool

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Apple intends to create an artificial intelligence tool for generating lines of software code, according to reports on Thursday.

It was reported on Thursday that Apple (AAPL.O) planned to develop an artificial intelligence tool for completing lines of software code.

The program, which is comparable to Microsoft’s (MSFT.O), creates a new tab called Copilot and can complete lines and blocks of code depending on the first sections of code typed in by a developer, according to the news service. The company could add the feature to its Xcode software as early as this year.

Apple provides Xcode for free to software developers, but it costs $99 a year to submit apps to its app stores.

Apple is also preparing additional AI features in its products, including the ability to automatically construct Apple Music playlists and slide decks in its corporate presentation software.

A new version of Apple’s “Spotlight” search feature on its smartphones would be able to go deeper into apps and control certain aspects.

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