Empowering Companies with AI – Microsoft’s Azure OpenAI Service and ChatGPT pave the way
Empowering Companies with AI – Microsoft’s Azure OpenAI Service and ChatGPT pave the way: In January, Microsoft made an announcement regarding the integration of ChatGPT AI chatbot into Azure OpenAI service. After six weeks, the company has made ChatGPT available in preview on Azure OpenAI Service, providing developers and businesses with innovative ways to integrate conversational AI into their cloud applications.
This development enables customers to enhance their existing bots to handle unexpected queries for faster customer support resolutions. With the availability of Azure OpenAI Service, customers can now leverage over 1,000 advanced AI models such as Dall-E 2, GPT-3.5, Codex, and other large language models backed by Azure’s unique supercomputing and enterprise capabilities. According to Microsoft, this move will help customers to integrate the ChatGPT model into their own cloud apps, enabling conversational AI in more apps and services.
Customers can start using ChatGPT on Azure at a rate of $0.002/1,000 tokens, with billing for all users starting on March 13. In addition to ChatGPT, Microsoft offers a range of products that are powered by AI models from OpenAI, including GitHub Copilot, Power BI, Microsoft Teams Premium, Viva Sales, and the new Bing chatbot.
While providing developers with access to AI capabilities, Microsoft has also reaffirmed its commitment to developing AI systems responsibly. The company is taking a responsible approach to AI, ensuring that its development is ethical, transparent, and inclusive for all users.
AI has the potential to revolutionize how people and businesses operate, improving productivity, sparking creativity, and enhancing day-to-day tasks. At Microsoft, we are committed to developing AI systems responsibly, ensuring that they function as intended and are used in ways that foster trust among users.
As generative models like ChatGPT and DALL-E image generation continue to evolve, we remain dedicated to upholding ethical and transparent AI practices,” the company stated.
On March 16 at 8 am PT (9.30 pm IST), Microsoft is set to host an event centered around “the future of work with AI.” During this event, Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella and head of Microsoft 365 Jared Spataro will showcase how ChatGPT-like AI will function in Office apps, signaling an exciting next step in the integration of AI within everyday work tasks.