Microsoft’s Azure OpenAI Service Gets A Boost With ChatGPT.

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Microsoft’s Azure OpenAI Service Gets A Boost With ChatGPT.

Introduction

On January 17th, 2023, Microsoft announced that its Azure OpenAI service is getting a major boost with the addition of ChatGPT.

This new AI technology will allow businesses to integrate powerful tools like DALL-E into their own cloud applications, and it will also power GitHub Copilot.

Microsoft is continuing to push the boundaries of what AI can do, and this new addition to Azure OpenAI service is sure to have a big impact.


What is Azure OpenAI?

This Azure service, first tested by Microsoft over a year ago, is to soon have access to the aforementioned Conversational AI ChatGPT. Microsoft provides these AI systems in the Azure AI open service. GPT-3.5 includes Codex and DALL-E. This helps businesses and developers access AI models.
Developers could use Azure OpenAI to build apps that leverage AI for support tickets or for content matching to improve search results in online stores. As tools for summarizing documents and analyzing text, such models are already widely used. Microsoft used its own Azure OpenAI service to power GitHub Copilot, the $10 monthly service that helps developers better see lines of code and thus suggested code, from inside of their code editors. Power BI also uses GPT-3 natural language models to generate formulae and expressions and the upcoming Microsoft Designer app uses DALL-E 2 to generate art from text prompts.
A while back, it was rumored that Microsoft is further integrating the ChatGPT and other OpenAI models into their products. There are rumors that Microsoft will soon challenge Google by integrating ChatGPT (Chatter to a Product on the other side) technology into its Bing search engine and is said to be researching integrating language AI (Artificial Intelligence) into its Word, PowerPoint, and Outlook programs.


What are the benefits of using Azure OpenAI?

Businesses and developers can take advantage of these AI models to improve the user experience or automate mundane tasks. For example, azure OpenAI could be used to build apps that use AI for support tickets or to improve search results in online stores. As a tool to summarize documents and analyze text, such models are already widely used. Power BI also uses GPT-3 natural language models to generate formulae and expressions and the upcoming Microsoft Designer app uses DALL-E 2 to generate art from text prompts.
Just days after rumors of Microsoft expanding the ChatGPT and other OpenAI language AI models even further into its products and services, the company Azure OpenAI was released. As such, businesses now have access to powerful AI models through Azure OpenAI and can make use of them in their own products or services, giving them a competitive edge in their industry.


How can I get started with Azure OpenAI?

Getting started with Azure OpenAI is simple and straightforward. All you need to do is create an account on Azure and select the OpenAI service from the list of available services. Once you have created an account, you can then choose the model that best suits your needs and start using it immediately. If you have any questions, you can always contact the Microsoft OpenAI team for more information or assistance.
You can try Azure OpenAI service for free right here.


This article was published on medium on January the 17th, 2023.

 

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