- If you still weren't happy with Azure, Microsoft has just made a great announcement.
- The tech company is soon going to integrate the ChatGPT service with its software.
- Microsoft, to this day, hasn't specified an exact release data or further details about it.
The Redmond-based tech giant is working on a lot of projects at the same time, trying to improve the suite of Windows products as much as it possibly can.
That being said, know that some of the other software solutions that the company has will also get enhanced in the near future.
Last week we shared that Bing was about to get an OpenAI ChatGPT chatbot integration, so now let’s focus on Azure a little.
Why? Well, because the tech giant has something special prepared for Azure customers everywhere, and we’re about to share that information right now.
Get ready for an Azure ChatGPT integration soon
There’s no denying that ChatGPT has been making a lot of waves in mainstream media lately. so it was pretty obvious it was going to catch Microsoft’s attention.
If you didn’t know, the capabilities and potential use cases demonstrated by the GPT-3 large language model have managed to astonish consumers and enterprises alike.
Microsoft, which already invested $1 billion in ChatGPT’s founding company OpenAI, with reports of more financing to come, wants to capitalize on this momentum.
Therefore, the Redmond company has committed to launching ChatGPT on Azure soon, so we can definitely get excited about this.
In fact, Microsoft has announced that its Azure OpenAI service is now generally available, which means that customers can access complex AI models such as GPT-3.5, Codex, and DALL•E 2 on the cloud.
GPT is actually the family of large language models powering ChatGPT, Codex is the model that is used to convert natural language to programming code in GitHub Copilot, and DALL•E can generate images after receiving only textual inputs.
The tech colossus has boasted that Azure is the best place to build AI workloads for customers of all sizes across various industries looking to save time on operational activities and offering streamlined AI-powered services to end-users.
Not surprising at all, it also claims that customers can build AI applications on Azure by leveraging purpose-built AI-optimized infrastructure with enterprise-grade functionalities.
We are confident in the quality of the AI models we are using and offering customers today, and we strongly believe they will empower businesses and people to innovate in entirely new and exciting ways.
Please keep in mind that, although ChatGPT will be available as a service on Azure for customers to build upon soon, the Redmond tech giant hasn’t really defined a concrete release date yet.
All that’s left to do right now is just wait and see when Microsoft will permanently implement this new integration.
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