Microsoft and OpenAI expand partnership with further investment

Artificial intelligence is currently making headlines in the news with the recent release of the ChatGPT chatbot launched by OpenAI. Microsoft has announced the expansion of its partnership with OpenAI, announcing the third phase of our longterm partnership. In continuation of previous investments made in 2019 and 2021. Microsoft talks a little more about the partnership. “At the heart of all our efforts is the shared commitment of Microsoft and OpenAI to building trusted and secure AI systems and products.”

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“OpenAI’s leading AI Alignment research and the Microsoft Responsible AI Standard not only provide a leading and evolving framework for the secure deployment of our own AI technologies, but also help guide the industry towards more responsible outcomes. Since 2016, Microsoft has committed to making Azure the world’s AI supercomputer, which serves as the foundation of our vision to democratize AI as a platform. Through our initial investment and collaboration, Microsoft and OpenAI pushed the boundaries of cloud supercomputing by announcing our first supercomputer in the top five in 2020, and then building multiple AI supercomputing systems at mass scale. OpenAI has used this infrastructure to train its revolutionary models, which are now deployed on Azure to support categorydefining AI products such as GitHub Copilot, DALL E 2, and ChatGPT.”

“We formed our partnership with OpenAI based on a shared commitment to responsibly advance cuttingedge AI research and democratize AI as an emerging technology platform,” said Satya Nadella, Chairman and CEO of Microsoft. “In the next phase of our partnership, developers and organizations across industries will have access to the best AI infrastructure, models, and toolset with Azure to build and run their applications.”

“The last three years of our partnership have been great,” said Sam Altman, CEO of OpenAI. “Microsoft shares our values, and we’re excited to continue our independent research and work to create cuttingedge AI that benefits everyone.”

Source: OAI

Headings: Technology news, Main news

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