Microsoft introduces GPT-4 in Azure OpenAI Service

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Microsoft introduces GPT-4 in Azure OpenAI Service

Earlier this month, Microsoft announced the availability of ChatGPT for Azure OpenAI Customer Service. Today, the software giant took the generative AI experience in Azure OpenAI Service to a whole new level by announcing the availability of GPT-4 in the service.

Microsoft has officially announced that GPT-4 is now available in preview in Azure Open AI Service. Integrating GPT-4 into Azure Open AI Service would allow enterprises to leverage the same underlying advanced models that power the new Bing and Microsoft 365 Copilot to build their own applications by leveraging Azure OpenAI Service. For example, Azure OpenAI Service will help bot developers create virtual assistants in minutes.

“Today, we’re excited to announce that GPT-4 is available as a preview in Azure OpenAI Service. Customers and partners already using Azure OpenAI Service can request access to GPT-4 and start building with the most advanced OpenAI model to date,” Microsoft wrote in a blog post.

However, it should be noted that billing for any use of GPT-4 begins on April 1.

Microsoft also announced that companies such as Epic Healthcare, Coursera, and Coca-Cola are planning to put Azure OpenAI Service with GPT-4 in a unique way to make a real impact on their business.

“Coursera uses Azure OpenAI Service to create a new AI-powered learning experience on its platform, enabling learners to get personalized, high-quality support throughout their learning journey. Together, Azure OpenAI Service and the new GPT-4 model will help millions of people around the world learn even more effectively about Coursera,” said Mustafa Furniturewala, senior vice president of engineering at Coursera.

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