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Microsoft strengthens its cooperation with OpenAI by making a fresh “multibillion-dollar” investment

ChatGPT has grabbed the attention of the masses. Since its launch, it has acquired around a million users. with the introduction of the ChatGPT platform, companies are considering integrating the OpenAI tools into their products. One such example is Microsoft. A few weeks ago, it was reported that Microsoft is going to make an investment of $10 billion in OpenAI. Now, we have come across other interesting information. It indicates that Microsoft and OpenAI are all set to strengthen their partnership with a new multiyear, multibillion-dollar investment.

With this investment, Microsoft will help with the development as well as deployment of super-computing systems. These computing systems will work to assist OpenAI’s research. In addition to this, the company will be the main cloud partner for OpenAI. Reportedly, Microsoft will manage the workloads of OpenAI across products, research, as well as API services.

Satya Nadella, the CEO of Microsoft mentioned that the partnership with OpenAI will help the developers and organizations with the provision of AI models, toolchain with Azure, infrastructure, and much more. Reportedly, one of the biggest investors of Microsoft is OpenAI. It appears that Microsoft is aiming to benefit from the popularity of ChatGPT. It will implement the OpenAI model across various products be it consumer-based, or enterprise based. Previously, it was also rumored that Microsoft could integrate Bing as well as various apps like Word, PowerPoint, and Outlook with ChatGPT.

Well, it is noteworthy that the exact percentage of investment has not been revealed by the company. However, the company is targeting to maximize the commercialization of its Azure OpenAI services. Since the last week, Microsoft has started rolling out these services. These services consist of some AI models developed by OpenAI like GPT-3.5, DALL-E, and Codex. These services are specifically targeted at businesses to help them with scaling, management, and data handling options offered by Azure.

The CEO, Sam Altman, states that Microsoft and OpenAI are all set to create more advanced AI that could be advantageous for everyone.

Brain Curry

Brian is the news author at Research Snipers which mainly covers Technology News, Microsoft News, Google News, Facebook, Apple, Huawei, Xiaomi, and other tech news.

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