Microsoft Accelerates Its ChatGPT Offensive With Azure OpenAI Service – SEO & Engine News

After announcing its intention to invest 10 billion dollars in OpenAI in the coming years, Microsoft is taking a further step in this direction with the “Azure OpenAI Service” offer which gives access to ChatGPT, GPT-3 or DALL- E 2, in particular using an API very soon…

Unless you’ve spent the past few months locked in your basement and without an internet connection, you can’t have ignored OpenAI’s ChatGPT conversational tool, let alone if you’re interested in SEO. We talked about it on Abundance and Reactor lately. We know that Microsoft has already invested 1 billion dollars in OpenAI and wants to add 10 more in the medium term. Bing, for its part, wants to integrate ChatGPT into its engine by the end of March.

In short, ChaptGPT and OpenAI are the two “Trending Topics” of the moment. And it is not likely to stop since Microsoft has just announced the availability of a platform called “Azure OpenAI Service”, accessible only in beta version and for certain customers until now. Here’s what the official press release says: With the general availability of Azure OpenAI Service, more businesses can request access to the world’s most advanced AI models, including GPT-3.5, Codex, and DALL-E 2, backed by capabilities enterprise tools and the AI-optimized infrastructure of Microsoft Azure to build cutting-edge applications. Customers will also be able to access ChatGPT – a fine-tuned version of GPT-3.5 that has been trained and runs inference on Azure’s AI framework – through Azure OpenAI Service. »

So Microsoft Azure customers will soon be able to access ChatGPT, GPT-3 or DALL-E 2 through this new service. An API will also soon be available to develop applications based on this tool. Many SEO tools could therefore find grain to grind to offer new features.

In short, you have not finished hearing about Open AI and ChatGPT, in general and in SEO in particular.

The main dates of Microsoft’s commitment to artificial intelligence. Source: Microsoft

Azure OpenAI Service overview video. Source: Microsoft

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