Microsoft has announced a multi-year, multibillion-dollar deal with OpenAI, an artificial intelligence research company. The partnership will allow Microsoft to integrate OpenAI's advanced AI models into its Azure cloud services.
The agreement between the two companies will give Microsoft access to OpenAI's cutting-edge AI models, including the GPT-3 language model and the DALL-E image generator. These models are designed to help businesses create more efficient and powerful applications that can process natural language and generate images from text descriptions.
Microsoft plans to use these AI models to improve its existing cloud services, such as Azure Cognitive Services and Azure Machine Learning. This will enable customers to build smarter applications that can understand natural language and generate images from text descriptions. It will also allow them to create more intelligent chatbots for customer service and other applications.
In addition, the partnership will also provide customers with access to OpenAI's large-scale generative AI models through Azure OpenAI Service. This service is now generally available and provides businesses with access to some of the most advanced AI models in the world.