Companies that want to be at the forefront of innovation and utilize AI to tackle massive issues need a platform that supports large language models. Microsoft is pleased to announce that the Azure OpenAI Service, which supports ChatGPT, will shortly be made accessible to the public. This is part of Microsoft’s continuous efforts to make AI accessible to the public and collaboration with OpenAI.
With training and inference performed on Azure AI infrastructure, ChatGPT is a fine-tuned version of GPT-3.5. Support, personalization, and data insights for customers, as well as internal efficiency for enterprises, may all benefit from this potent instrument.
Now that Azure OpenAI Service is broadly accessible, more organizations have the opportunity to apply for access to some of the most cutting-edge artificial intelligence (AI) models in the world, such as GPT-3.5, Codex, and DALL•E 2. Customers can develop state-of-the-art apps with confidence thanks to Microsoft Azure’s enterprise-grade capabilities and AI-optimized infrastructure supporting this service.
With Azure OpenAI Service, organizations of all sizes and across a wide variety of sectors can accomplish more with less, provide better experiences for end-users, and increase internal operational efficiency since the service’s release in November 2021. Businesses of all sizes, from solo entrepreneurs to Fortune 500 conglomerates, use the platform to automate content creation, summarize customer support problems, and mine data for insights via search, extraction, and categorization.
As a major advancement in artificial intelligence, ChatGPT’s inclusion in Azure OpenAI Service gives organizations access to even more cutting-edge tools that can be used to enhance both internal processes and consumer interactions. Visit Microsoft’s website or get in touch with a representative right away to find out how you can put ChatGPT on Azure OpenAI Service to work for your company.
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