Can we use Codex API to get embedding for a given code snippet?
Lets say the code input is as follows:
a = random.randint(1,12)
b = random.randint(1,12)
for i in range(10):
question = "What is "+a+" x "+b+"? "
answer = input(question)
if answer = a*b
print (Well done!)
I want to get embedding of the input code from the Codex API.
Codex is a fine tuned version of GPT3, is there an issue with using the normal embeddings method?
@jhsmith12345 generating embedding using word2vec/glove is not applicable for my use case as I want to get embedding for source code.
Of course, there are embeddings for source code as well. For example, I can get embedding with
code2vec which is designed for source code.
However, I want to employ codex to get embedding as it is likely to outperform existing source code embedding techniques.
Is there a way I can get embedding of the input code using the Codex API? Would really appreciate your help.