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Atlassian Accelerates Teamwork through its New Generative AI-Driven Virtual Teammate

CIO Insider Team | Tuesday, 12 December, 2023
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At its Agile and DevOps-focused event, ‘Unleash’, Atlassian Corporation—a leading provider of productivity and team collaboration software, announced the general availability of Atlassian Intelligence, a new Generative AI-driven virtual teammate that speeds up teamwork through human-AI collaboration.

In addition to increasing team productivity, the first-ever Atlassian Intelligence capabilities also use petabytes of organizational data to provide instant access to insights and then use those insights to streamline data-driven decision making.

By providing a shared understanding, enabling rapid thought summaries, or sparking ideas, the AI functions will enable every business to support scattered teams worldwide.

Anutthara Bharadwaj, President, Atlassian said, “We’re excited to announce the first wave of Atlassian Intelligence capabilities that are generally available across our Cloud Platform. We believe the future of teamwork will be a partnership between humans and AI, wherever work gets done. As Atlassian Intelligence leverages the information in Jira and Confluence, the benefits you get from AI is more relevant to your unique needs, so everyone can more effectively do their best work by driving speed, efficiency, and excellence.”

Team members can quickly generate pages of important business material with Atlassian Intelligence, use AI to swiftly summarize lengthy pieces of content, and automate repetitive operations by asking simple questions in natural language.

“We are building towards a future where virtual teammates will be the new workflow agent that will help teams sprint from ideas to action at an unprecedented pace,” she added.

With enterprise-grade security and permissions, you can access data from sources other than Atlassian's toolset to gain deeper insights thanks to the open-by-default feature of Atlassian's products.

Following through on its goal of enabling every team to reach its full potential, Atlassian stated in April that it intends to use AI and 20 years' worth of data on how millions of software, IT, and business teams organize, monitor, and complete tasks to revolutionize teamwork. Since then, 10 percent of Atlassian's 265,000+ clients have made use of its AI capabilities in beta, and many have already reported notable advantages, productivity increases, and time savings.

To help reviewers spend more time reviewing important changes rather than analyzing syntax and code conventions, Atlassian also intends to roll out the Bitbucket code review assistant in the near future. This tool will allow users to review pull request diffs and automatically leave comments with suggested changes.

“We are building towards a future where virtual teammates will be the new workflow agent that will help teams sprint from ideas to action at an unprecedented pace,” she added.

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