Microsoft’s Azure OpenAI Service now supports ChatGPT
Microsoft is continuing to integrate OpenAI technologies into its products. ChatGPT, OpenAI’s chatbot technology, is now available on Azure OpenAI Service.
In a blog post, the business announced the debut, stating that the technology could be used to summarise text, produce email copy, and aid in software design. Microsoft claims that over 1,000 of its clients are already employing different AI models in their applications, such as Dall-E 2, GPT-3.5, and Codex.
Office Depot is one example of a ChatGPT application using the Azure OpenAI Service. The organisation employed the chatbot to enhance document review and produce job descriptions for its Human Resources staff, according to a testimonial.
Microsoft claims ChatGPT for Azure OpenAI Service is ready today and costs $0.002/1k tokens. The business claims it will begin billing for consumption on Monday, March 13th.
Today’s debut coincides with Microsoft’s announcement that Bing has surpassed 100 million daily active users, thanks to the introduction of its new AI-powered conversation function. Users have also lately uncovered a strange variant of the chatbot that impersonates a celebrity.