Mozilla has announced a partnership with Ubisoft and the company will use Ubisoft’s Clever-Commit, which is an Artificial Intelligence based coding assistant.
The company has revealed that using Clever-Commit will allow them to update Firefox faster and it will also make the process more efficient.
Part of keeping you covered is ensuring that our Firefox browser and the other tools and services we offer are running at top performance. When we make an update, or add a new feature the experience should be as seamless and smooth as possible for the user. That’s why Mozilla just partnered with Ubisoft to start using Clever-Commit, an Artificial Intelligence coding assistant developed by Ubisoft La Forge that will make the Firefox code-writing process faster and more efficient. Thanks to Clever-Commit, Firefox users will get to use even more stable versions of Firefox and have even better browsing experiences.
We don’t spend a ton of time regaling our users with the ins-and-outs of how we build our products because the most important thing is making sure you have the best experience when you’re online with us. But building a browser is no small feat. A web browser plays audio and video, manages various network protocols, secures communications using advanced cryptographic algorithms, handles content running in parallel multiple processes, all this to render the content that people want to see on the websites they visit.
You can find out more information about Mozilla’s new partnership with Ubisoft over at their website at the link below.