Mrinalini Majumdar, Pune
On Tuesday, Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella tweeted that soon enough ChatGPT will be added to Azure OpenAI Services. ChatGPT, a chatbot, has taken the market by a storm since its launch, by OpenAI, in November 2022. ChatGPT could potentially replace professional writers and even pose a threat to the primary search business of Google.
The Microsoft Corp has passed a statement, on Monday, that they are widening the scope of collaboration with OpenAI. The startup OpenAI has grown popular since their launch of ChatGPT. With the latest enhancements, ChatGPT will shortly be accessible via Microsoft’s cloud, not simply its underlying technology. Those who use the Azure Service already have access to technologies such as the GPT-3.5 language system, on which ChatGPT is built, and the Dall-E model for generating images from text prompts.
According to sources with knowledge of Microsoft’s plans, the company is considering investing as much as $10 billion in OpenAI. Microsoft has made a $1 billion investment in 2019 to become an OpenAI partner. The Corp wants to gain an advantage over the most popular and cutting-edge AI systems. This will benefit them to improve its own products and compete with Alphabet Inc.’s Google, Amazon.com, and Meta Platforms Inc.
The Microsoft Corp asserted that it was reviewing customer apps to prevent software misuse, and its filters can scan for hazardous content that users may input or that the technology may make. The commercial potential of such software has motivated major venture capital investment in firms developing it at a time when other sources of funding have dried up.
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