Microsoft has introduced ChatGPT on Azure solution accelerator. This solution provides a similar user experience to ChatGPT but acts as your private ChatGPT. The open-source code for the application is available on GitHub.
As we all know now, ChatGPT’s popularity has grown exponentially since its launch. This AI service which is freely available to public is frequently used by business users around the world to increase productivity or serve as a creative assistant.
ChatGPT, however, runs the danger of disclosing confidential data. Blocking corporate access to ChatGPT is one method, but people will always find a way past it. Additionally, this lessens ChatGPT’s potent powers and lowers worker productivity and satisfaction. To address this issue, ChatGPT on Azure solution accelerator was introduced.
Azure ChatGPT provides built-in protections for the privacy of user’s data and complete isolation from OpenAI systems. Other enterprise-grade security controls are built in, and network traffic can be completely isolated to the user’s network.
Users can provide additional business value by integrating plug-ins with their internal services such as ServiceNow, etc., or by using your own internal data sources (plug and play).
The project is open for contributions and suggestions from the public. A Contributor Licence Agreement (CLA), which states that users have the authority to provide the company the rights to use their contribution, is typically required in order for them to make a contribution.
In January, Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella said that the company would soon add OpenAI’s popular AI chatbot ChatGPT to its cloud-based Azure service very soon. In March, Microsoft announced that ChatGPT is available in preview in Azure OpenAI Service.