Synopsis It is the first time Microsoft is bringing the GPT technology to Azure Government, which offers cloud solutions to US government agencies. PTI Microsoft Corp is bringing the powerful language-producing models from OpenAI to U. S.
federal agencies using its Azure cloud service, it said in a blog post on Wednesday. The Redmond, Washington-based company has added support for large language models (LLMs) powering GPT-4 and GPT-3 the latest and most-sophisticated of the LLMs from OpenAI, and GPT-3, to Azure Government cloud computing service. Use of LLMs have boomed since the launch of ChatGPT from OpenAI, in which Microsoft holds a stake, late last year and businesses of all shapes and sizes are racing to build features on top of them.
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