Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella says that OpenAI and Microsoft share a “common goal” revolving around “the responsible advancement of AI research excellence and the democratization of AI as a new technology platform.”
New Delhi,UPDATED: January 25, 2023 5:01 PM IST
By Divyanshi Sharma: ChatGPT is the new toy in town as far as the tech world is concerned, and the world is experimenting with it. From asking ChatGPT to write code and create poetry to expecting that it will be their investing guide, people use ChatGPT differently because the AI-powered chatbot has the unique ability to break down the toughest questions and ask them to answer in a human-like manner.
Microsoft, which previously invested in ChatGPT developer OpenAI, recently announced that the two companies are further strengthening their partnership and are making a “multi-year, multi-billion dollar investment.”
Microsoft and AI expand partnership
According to an official blog post from Microsoft, “Today we are announcing the third phase of our long-term partnership with OpenAI through a multi-year, multi-billion dollar investment to accelerate AI breakthroughs and ensure those benefits are shared with the rest of the world.” world to be shared.
This agreement follows our previous investments in 2019 and 2021. It expands our ongoing collaboration in AI supercomputing and research, and allows each of us to independently commercialize the resulting advanced AI technologies.”
Satya Nadella says OpenAI and Microsoft have a ‘common goal’
Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella said that OpenAI and Microsoft share a “common goal” revolving around “the responsible advancement of AI research excellence and the democratization of AI as a new technology platform.”
He says: “We founded our partnership with OpenAI out of a common goal to responsibly advance cutting-edge research in the field of AI and to democratize AI as a new technology platform.
“In this next phase of our partnership, developers and organizations across all industries will have access to the best AI infrastructure, models and toolchain with Azure to build and run their applications.”
Sam Altman, CEO of OpenAI said, “The last three years of our partnership have been great. Microsoft shares our values and we look forward to continuing our independent research and working to develop advanced AI that benefits everyone.”
Microsoft’s plans for ChatGPT technology
Reports surfaced a few days ago that Microsoft was working on an advanced AI-powered version of its Bing search engine to give Google some tough competition. Reports also suggest that other applications such as Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, and Excel could also be powered by ChatGPT technology, improving user experience. There is currently no timetable for when the development will take place.
However, if ChatGPT is indeed integrated with MS Office tools, then it is expected that they will be of great help in writing articles, composing emails and generating other forms of text using simple command prompts.