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OpenAI’s ChatGPT to be offered in Microsoft’s Azure: What it means

OpenAI’s ChatGPT chatbot is set to be released through an API, which could offer businesses the opportunity to incorporate it into their software and create a revenue source for OpenAI if they decide to charge for the API. Additionally, Microsoft enterprise customers will be able to access the OpenAI technology through the Azure OpenAI service, allowing them to utilize OpenAI’s AI models for their business applications.

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ChatGPT as an API: What does this mean?

OpenAI posted a tweet with a link to a form for developers who want to access ChatGPT as an API. The tweet stated that the team has been “blown away” by the high levels of interest in ChatGPT and the requests for an API. If developers fill out the form, they will be kept up to date with the latest information about the API. Once the API is available, other companies can incorporate ChatGPT into their applications. For instance, delivery companies could use it to help answer customer questions.

ChatGPT OpenAI, Microsoft
Source: Google

The release of ChatGPT in November 2022 has resulted in a surge of interest in the technology, with many suggesting that it could revolutionize the way people search for information. Google has even responded with a ‘code red’, as they have their own chatbots, although they are not currently available to the public.

It is believed that ChatGPT has the ability to respond to a wide range of queries, including SEO search terms, coding-related queries, and even essay writing. Despite its impressive capabilities, experts have warned that ChatGPT is not always accurate and that some of its responses, which may appear to be correct, can be incorrect.

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The technology behind ChatGPT has been a hot topic in the AI and tech world in 2023, with OpenAI CEO Sam Altman expressing gratitude towards Microsoft, who have provided the ‘best AI infra out there’ for many of the company’s launches.

However, the cost of running these queries is considerable, with Altman estimating that it costs ‘single digits cents per chat’, amounting to an eye-watering $3 million per month. An API may provide a potential solution to these costs.

ChatGPT OpenAI, Microsoft
Source: Google

ChatGPT coming to businesses with Azure

Microsoft Azure’s cloud service will offer OpenAI’s ChatGPT to its enterprise clients. A statement announced that those using Azure cloud service will have access to the AI-based ChatGPT through the Azure OpenAI service in the near future. It should be noted that ChatGPT has been prepared and inference is running on Azure’s AI system. Talks are already underway for Microsoft to contribute $10 billion to OpenAI, and the tech giant has already been a prior investor in the startup.

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In a tweet, Microsoft’s Satya Nadella announced that ChatGPT will soon be part of the Azure OpenAI Service – now available to everyone – to help customers utilize the most advanced AI models for their own business needs.

Eric Boyd, Corporate Vice President of AI Platform at Microsoft, has announced that Azure OpenAI Service is now available for businesses to use.

This service provides access to the most advanced AI models, such as GPT-3.5, Codex, and DALL•E 2, and is backed by the trusted, enterprise-grade capabilities and optimized AI infrastructure of Microsoft Azure.

Companies like Moveworks, Al Jazeera Digital, and KPMG have already begun using the Azure OpenAI Service. Microsoft is also utilizing this service to power its products like GitHub Copilot, Power BI, and Microsoft Designer, which all rely on OpenAI’s models for natural language processing and other capabilities.

ChatGPT OpenAI, Microsoft
Source: Google

Enterprise customers need to apply for access to Azure OpenAI Service. After gaining approval, they will be able to log in to the Azure portal to create an Azure OpenAI Service resource and begin using it.

Developers applying for access must provide a description of the intended use case or application before being allowed to use the service. In the event of a policy violation, Microsoft may require the developer to take action to prevent further abuse or have access to the service revoked.

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