Lean Co-pilot: Collaborative Mathematical Proof Crafting with LLMs

Lean Co-pilot: Collaborative Mathematical Proof Crafting with LLMs

Lean Co-pilot: Your Guide to Easier Mathematical Proofs

Are you tired of the hassle of manually crafting mathematical proofs? Lean Co-pilot is here to make your life easier! Developed by the LeanDojo team in collaboration with the California Institute of Technology, Lean Co-pilot is a collaborative tool designed to streamline interaction between humans and Large Language Models (LLMs) for creating 100% accurate formal mathematical proofs.

Key Features

  1. LLM-Driven Suggestions: Lean Co-pilot suggests proof steps, making the process faster and more efficient.
  2. Search for Proofs: The tool helps you find proofs effortlessly.
  3. Select Useful Lemmas: Lean Co-pilot can pick useful lemmas from an extensive mathematical library.

The system seamlessly integrates into Lean's Visual Studio Code workflow, ensuring a user-friendly experience. Setting up Lean Co-pilot is a breeze – you can install it as a Lean package and use built-in models from LeanDojo or even incorporate custom models that run locally or on the cloud.

LeanDojo, the platform supporting Lean Co-pilot, promotes accessibility by providing open-source models and tools under the MIT license. The tool is compatible with various platforms, including Linux, macOS, and Windows WSL, with optional support for CUDA-enabled GPUs.

To get started, make sure you have Git LFS, optional CUDA and cuDNN (recommended for GPU support), and CMake >= 3.7 along with a C++17 compatible compiler for building Lean Co-pilot itself.

Lean Co-pilot is not just a tool; it's an introduction to making LLMs more accessible to Lean users. By fostering a positive feedback loop, proof automation contributes to enhanced data quality, ultimately driving improvements in LLMs for mathematical tasks.

Ready to simplify your mathematical proofs? Check out Lean Co-pilot on their GitHub repository and embrace a new era of collaborative proof crafting!

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