Bet that Microsoft done for OpenAI 2019 has now begun to pay off and it seems the Redmond firm has realized the potential behind this partnership.
In 2019, the company invested $1,000 million in OpenAI, a company for the development of products and services based on artificial intelligence (AI), founded by—among others—Mr. Elon Musk, However, the name OpenAI has only recently begun to resonate, thanks to technologies such as the Dall-E Image Generation Tool or the famous ChatGPT.
This result prompted Microsoft to reconsider its relationship with OpenAI, to the point that the technology may have considered investing. another 10,000 million In the developer of ChatGPT and Dall-E, thus increasing its involvement.
company self run Sam Altman It has also realized the potential of its technology and has reportedly started testing a paid version of its artificial intelligence text generator.
Now it appears that the firm headed Satya Nadella You want to increase your customers’ access to OpenAI tools. as collected by wall street journalMicrosoft announced this Monday that it will allow its corporate customers to request access to the software behind Dall-E or ChatGPT.
Until now, both Microsoft and OpenAI limited the number of companies that had access to these tools, which were offered under the “Azure OpenAI” service, but that’s changing. technology qualifies, yes, it currently it will not allow access to chatgptBut for the software behind the text generator, GPT-3.5.
“With the Azure OpenAI service becoming generally available, more companies can request access to the most advanced artificial intelligence models,” said Eric Boyd, vice president of AI Platforms at Microsoft. The manager has indicated that this will allow their customers to develop “avant-garde applications”.