Although Azure OpenAI Service will be available only to clients who fulfil and adhere to the norms of Microsoft’s Responsible and Ethical AI Principles. Before receiving access to the service, prospective users must apply for access and describe their intended use case or application.
The Azure OpenAI Service debuted in November 2021 by invitation only. Businesses are already using the service for advanced use cases, including customer support, customization, and data insights via search, extraction, and classification.
Satya Nadella, CEO of Microsoft, stated, ChatGPT will be accessible shortly via the Azure Open AI Service, allowing customers to apply the world’s most powerful AI models to their business needs. He tweeted about the arrival of ChatGPT.
OpenAI also commented on the announcement in a tweet.
There was no more comment from Microsoft or OpenAI on the second huge item, Microsoft’s potential extra $10 billion investment in OpenAI, implying a strong link between Microsoft and OpenAI.
Microsoft’s Azure OpenAI Service gives organizations the tools they need to harness the potential of AI and apply it to their unique requirements, ensuring that they satisfy Microsoft’s Responsible and Ethical AI Principles.