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Shreds.AI Cracks Complex Software Development

By Greg Tavarez

OK, sure. Developers are actively embracing generative AI tools like ChatGPT to enhance productivity. There remains a key hurdle, though: It's incorporating these capabilities responsibly into existing workflows. Businesses recognize the potential of generative AI to automate tasks, generate creative content and improve efficiency. However, a lack of standardized methods for integrating these AI models into daily operations has hampered widespread adoption.

This creates a gap between the potential benefits and the practical implementation. Developers can get the most out of generative AI's power, but businesses struggle to translate that potential into tangible results within their established workflows.

Bridging this gap requires the development of clear frameworks and best practices for integrating generative AI.

Or, they can simply turn to Shreds.AI.

Shreds.AI, which recently announced its official beta launch, claims that it slashes the time to market for software, along with team sizes and costs, by over 80% compared to traditional software development methods.

It also virtually resolves the software obsolescence problem, increases software lifespan by more than 60% with automatic maintenance and makes it easy to switch software technology, for example, from PHP to Java, from C++ to JavaScript, etc.

Shreds.AI boasts an AI system capable of tackling traditionally human-driven tasks, specifically in the realm of large-scale software complexity management. Unlike existing generative AI tools that focus on short code snippets, Shreds.AI claims its system can produce and orchestrate tens of thousands of lines of code with high coherence.

Further differentiating itself, Shreds.AI positions itself as a "meta-AI" by collaborating with over eight other AI tools. Similar to a search engine ranking websites, Shreds.AI analyzes the strengths of these integrated AIs and assigns tasks to optimize code generation quality. This allows Shreds.AI to act as a project manager and a code-generating entity.

And for additional human oversight and validation, Shreds.AI offers a global developer marketplace. Companies can use this platform to have AI-generated code reviewed and validated at a reduced cost.

“Shreds.AI revolutionizes software development by automatically generating the full software, from architecture to code,” said Soufiane Amar, founder and CEO of Shreds.AI. “The developers’ role is only to review and validate the generated code. This approach significantly increases productivity and dramatically reduces costs and time to market.”

Companies like automotive giant Stellantis and French electricity grid operator RTE participated in the trials, suggesting potential for the technology across diverse industries. In another demonstration of its capabilities, Shreds.AI successfully regenerated WordPress code in Java within 24 hours. While the code itself isn't publicly available yet, the feat highlights the platform's ability to tackle complex software systems. 

Using Shreds.AI is designed to be user-friendly. Users purchase credits (Shreds coins) to generate code. They then provide a basic description of the desired software, prompting Shreds.AI to create architectural diagrams and code for independent functionalities called "shreds." Validation of these shreds can be done either internally or through the public marketplace on the platform.

The public marketplace allows users to post shreds for validation by developers with diverse skillsets and experience levels. Users can then choose the developer best suited for the specific needs of the project. Developers can validate or edit the code as required and notify the user upon completion, with payment facilitated through the marketplace itself.

By offering a pay-per-use model and easy integration with existing workflows, Shreds.AI aims to streamline software development. Additionally, the developer validation process makes certain that the generated code is secure for various business applications.

“Shreds.AI shifts the paradigm from developers being assisted by AI to AI being assisted by developers, allowing each to excel in their strengths: AI generates code, while developers validate it and ensure it functions as intended,” said Amar.

Edited by Alex Passett
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