Microsoft extend partnership with OpenAI

Today (23-Jan-23) Microsoft announced a long-term partnership with OpenAI, through a multiyear, and multibillion-dollar investment.

It was rumored that Microsoft is going to do investment in OpenAI to extend the AI to give its benefits to the world and today it is officially announced.

Microsoft extend partnership with OpenAI

ChatGPT (Generative Pre-trained Transformer) is the chatbot developed by OpenAI on November 30, 2022.

Previously we discussed OpenAI and we have seen how to create a ChatGTP application using OpenAI, 

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Microsoft and OpenAI have had a partnership in the past, with Microsoft investing multibillion dollars in OpenAI to support the development of advanced AI technologies and to build large-scale AI supercomputing capabilities. The partnership aims to develop AI solutions that can help businesses and organizations achieve more, such as natural language processing, computer vision, and reinforcement learning.

This agreement between Microsoft and OpenAI follows their previous investments in 2019 and 2021. It extends their ongoing collaboration across AI supercomputing and research and enables each of us to independently commercialize the result of advanced AI technologies.

Supercomputing at scale 

Now Microsoft invest in OpenAI for enhancing the development and deployment of supercomputing systems to grow OpenAI, even they will build Azure’s enhancing AI infrastructure to help users to build and deploy their AI applications widely.

New AI-powered experiences 

Now Microsoft utilizes OpenAI to enhance user experience in many products like development and deployment etc.

Exclusive cloud provider 

As OpenAI is the exclusive cloud provider, Azure will power all OpenAI workloads across research, products, and API services.

“The past three years of our partnership have been great,” says OpenAI CEO Sam Altman. “Microsoft shares our values and we are excited to continue our independent research and work toward creating advanced AI that benefits everyone.”

Microsoft purchased the exclusive license for the underlying technology behind the GPT-3 in 2020 just after investing $1 billion in OpenAI in 2019. It has built a relationship with OpenAI and they are also planning to add the AI text-to-image model to Bing powered by OpenAI’s DALL-E 2.


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