Microsoft launches GPT-4 in Azure OpenAI Service

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The much-anticipated language AI model, GPT-4 has made its debut in Azure’s OpenAI Service in preview. The entry is designed to help users reach their maximum potential by leveraging Azure’s OpenAI Service to build their own apps.

With this launch, Azure customers can apply for access to GPT-4 and use OpenAI’s multi-modal models, that is, GPT-3.5, ChatGPT, and DALL•E 2. The announcement comes a week after OpenAI’s head, Sam Altman announced the availability of the “most capable and aligned model yet” GPT-4.

What’s more, GPT-4 is powered by “Azure’s AI-optimized infrastructure, enterprise-readiness, compliance, data security, and privacy controls, along with many integrations with other Azure services.” Microsoft has indicated that interested users can begin applying for access to GPT-A as early as today, and that billing for the services will officially commence on April 1, 2023.

The charges are as follows:

GPT-4 charges

Microsoft has indicated that:

GPT-4 has the potential to take this experience to a whole new level using its broader knowledge, problem-solving abilities, and domain expertise. With GPT-4 in Azure OpenAI Service, businesses can streamline communications internally as well as with their customers, using a model with additional safety investments to reduce harmful outputs.

By making use of GPT-4’s capabilities companies will be able to enjoy enhanced end-to-end customer experiences. summarized long-form and gain access to helping write software. And finally, the users will also be able to significantly cut down the risk since the tool will help them predict the right tax data.

Microsoft has opened up endless possibilities by making this launch where users can now build new apps and solutions that are unique from other competitors via a no-code approach in Azure OpenAI Studio. What’s more, the approach provides a unique interface where users can customize ChatGPT and even configure its response behavior to align with your company’s values.

The company has further indicated that it intends to build on these capabilities further “to enable our customers to responsibly adopt Azure OpenAI Service to bring real impact.” To this end, Microsoft has ascertained that entry features an additional layer of protection that’s guided by human feedback this way it’s much easier to handle inappropriate inputs.