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Published : Sep 27, 2023
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Sep 2023
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In the AI-powered coding assistants space, Codeium is one of the more promising products. Similar to Tabnine, Codeium tries to address some of the biggest concerns companies have about coding assistants: They reduce at least some of the open-source licensing concerns, because they do not train their models with code from repositories with nonpermissive licenses. They also offer self-hosting for the tool so you don't have to send your code snippets to a third-party service. Codeium stands out for its broad support of IDEs and notebook services, and although it hasn't been around for as long as GitHub Copilot or Tabnine, our first impressions of the product have been positive.

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