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Microsoft Corp has announced that it will soon add ChatGPT, the company’s open AI chatbot engine, to its Azure service. The move is part of a larger deal between the two companies, as Microsoft is in talks to invest up to $10 billion in OpenAI.
The service will give Microsoft cloud customers access to a wide range of OpenAI tools, such as the GPT-3.5 language engine underlying GPT chat, and a Dall-E model for generating images from command prompts. Microsoft Azure customers can also use OpenAI products in their cloud-native applications.
According to a statement from Microsoft, the investment will be made in multiple installments over a period of several years. However, the final conditions of the agreement are subject to change.
This move further solidifies the relationship between the two companies and allows Microsoft to expand its offerings in the field of AI and machine learning. OpenAI, on the other hand, will get the support of one of the world’s largest tech companies, potentially opening new doors for the company’s research and development.
This is a big step forward for both companies, as they continue to push the boundaries of what is possible with AI technology. The final details of the agreement will be announced soon and we will keep you updated.