Microsoft hopes that by doing this, its Azure customers will have access to cutting-edge AI models like GPT-3.5, ChatGPT, and DALL.E 2, as well as infrastructure that has been optimized for AI in Azure, enterprise-readiness, compliance, data security, privacy controls, and numerous integrations with other Azure services.
Epic Hospital, Coursera, and Coca-Cola are just a few of the clients using GPT-4 on Azure OpenAI Service. According to Mustafa Furniturewala, senior vice president of engineering at Coursera, the company is using Azure OpenAI Service to develop a new AI-powered learning experience on its platform, This will allow students to receive high-quality and individualized support throughout their learning journeys.
While the new Bing and Microsoft 365 Copilot is powered by GPT-4, Microsoft stated in its blog post that the latest announcement would allow businesses to utilize the same underlying advanced models to build their own applications using Azure OpenAI Service.
The business added that using Copliot in Power Virtual Agents, this new solution would enable bot developers to create virtual assistants using natural language quickly. It thinks businesses may improve internal and external communication by implementing GPT-4 in Azure OpenAI Services.