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Sourcegraph, Leidos Form Alliance to Offer AI-Powered Software Development Tools

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Sourcegraph, Leidos Form Alliance to Offer AI-Powered Software Development Tools

Reston, Virginia-based technology solutions company Leidos has announced a partnership with Sourcegraph to offer government agencies secure software development tools powered by generative artificial intelligence.

Sourcegraph’s products include Cody, an AI assistant for code writing and maintenance, and Code Search, a tool to execute migrations and fixes in codebases, Leidos said.

Roy Stevens, president of Leidos National Security Sector and a past Wash100 winner, commented that the alliance brings his company “with a context-aware code platform” to expedite and secure customers’ creation of mission software.

Leidos said it incorporates machine learning, natural language processing and similar capabilities in the software it provides for a range of government applications such as command and control.

According to Sourcegraph CEO Quinn Slack, the partnership will allow even large organizations to utilize AI coding assistants.

News of the Sourcegraph alliance comes after Leidos and Microsoft entered into a strategic collaboration agreement to co-develop generative AI tools for productivity, cross-domain solutions and other customer requirements.

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