Writer Establishes Cooperative AI Studio To Assist Companies in Streamlining The Creation of AI apps

Writer Establishes Cooperative AI Studio To Assist Companies in Streamlining The Creation of AI apps

A new suite of development tools called AI Studio has been released by generative artificial intelligence firm Writer Inc. It will enable business users, both technical and non-technical, to rapidly and simply create AI apps and workflows.

Depending on their ability level, users may rapidly create these processes and apps with the help of the new studio platform, which combines a number of technologies. To start, a no-code tool makes it simple for non-technical business users to develop apps that produce assets, automate AI procedures, or build chatbots that can respond to inquiries based on company data.

For more experienced users, Writer provides an open-source framework with endpoints to the application programming interface that enables them to rapidly create feature-rich programs in a visual editor with full-code backends.

But Julien said, a lot of corporate companies find it difficult to develop AI-powered apps internally. According to a recent poll by Writer, only 10% of businesses said they were very confident in their ability to develop superior AI solutions internally. This indicated that a large number of the people the company polled chose to discard their AI-enabled apps.

Since 2020, Writer has assisted more than 250 enterprise businesses in developing apps for their full-stack, generative AI platform. Notable clients have included professional services firm Accenture plc, cloud storage provider Dropbox Inc., and French personal care company L’Oreal S.A. With the addition of these capabilities, the platform—which already offers access to Writer’s extensive family of language models—will now enable other company employees to create their own in-house AI applications with ease.

With the release of Writer Framework, an open-source visual engine for low-code AI application development, technical people will find it simple to rapidly create applications by developing their user interface and connecting them to an LLM. It is a quick UI builder that produces Python code as well.

“What you can do is very quickly build out a UI, put together the event handlers, code that you want to run, any prompts that you want to run, and just make something. Then deploy it with a command,” Julien said. “It basically takes what’s possible with the no-code side, but adds this whole new layer of flexibility and control.”

The code editor should be well-known to many developers as it is based on Microsoft Corp.’s Monaco code editor, which serves as the basis for many other in-browser editors as well as Visual Studio code. Software engineers won’t experience many headaches because there is no lag between code changes made in the visual UI editor and the code, according to Julien. Additionally, it enables developers to interact with their preferred code editor.

The framework is the outcome of Writer acquiring the publicly-announced open-source project Streamsync.

“Streamsync started as a wild idea, said Ramiro Medina, former chief executive of Streamsync, who has joined Writer as engineering manager. “I wanted to make building data apps quick and easy for any developer. With Writer, we can push that vision further by bringing AI capabilities to the types of tools developers know and love.”

Writer is opening up a software development kit and Writer API endpoints for developers to extend its platform for direct integration into apps and services, in addition to the low-code framework and no-code editor found in AI Studio. Developers may easily add AI-enabled features to their existing apps by using Python and TypeScript, thanks to the SDK and configurable API endpoints.