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UpCodes Launches AI-based Research Assistant for Building Codes Called Copilot

Copilot, based on ChatGPT-4, serves as a research assistant by responding to complex code questions and providing explanations with links.

UpCodes is unveiling a new AI-based tool Copilot that will further streamline the world of writing code. Copilot, based on GPT-4, serves as a research assistant by responding to complex code questions and providing explanations with links to pertinent code sections.

UpCodes’ primary goal prior to the release of Copilot was to create its own database of codes, digitize regulations that were frequently only available in printed reference materials, and make them simple to examine. It contains 160,000 local modifications in addition to five million code parts. Since codes are continually changing, UpCodes releases an average of 7,000 changes per month.

Copilot contains a searchable database and additional tools, like its code check feature, that are intended to make code compliance simpler, but because of the complicated regulations, these are also difficult to use at first. Copilot wants to make the process of finding new codes incredibly simple. Copilot responds to these inquiries and assists users by listing the code source from which it derives the same so they can examine the actual code for themselves.

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For more than seven years, UpCodes has helped both professionals in the industry and amateurs better grasp the complicated world of building codes. On its website, you may explore a library of laws from every state and take advantage of tools like a “spell check” that highlights coding mistakes. 

Additionally, Upcodes disclosed that it has closed a $3.5 million Series A round of funding with the intention of developing Copilot and expanding the platform’s AI-based features. UpCodes has now raised $7.6 million in total, including prior funding and a Pre-Series A that was announced in March 2021.

Building Ventures, a VC firm specializing in construction and real estate tech, took the lead in the most recent round. CapitalX, Bragiel Bros., and the co-founders of PlanGrid are other participants.

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Sahil Pawar
Sahil Pawar
I am a graduate with a bachelor's degree in statistics, mathematics, and physics. I have been working as a content writer for almost 3 years and have written for a plethora of domains. Besides, I have a vested interest in fashion and music.

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