Microsoft Brings OpenAI's Language Models to US Federal Agencies
Microsoft is making a significant move by introducing OpenAI's advanced language models to U.S. federal agencies through its Azure cloud service.
The tech giant has integrated support for large language models (LLMs) such as GPT-4 and GPT-3 into Azure Government.
Since the launch of OpenAI's ChatGPT, the utilization of LLMs has skyrocketed and businesses of all sizes are in a race to develop innovative features on these models. Microsoft, a stakeholder in OpenAI, is now extending the GPT technology to Azure Government. This marks a pioneering effort by a major company to provide chatbot technology to governments.
While Microsoft has been offering Azure OpenAI Services to its commercial cloud users, this is the first time they are specifically targeting government customers. Azure OpenAI Services already boasts an impressive customer base of 4,500 as of May.
Government agencies can now leverage these language models for various specific tasks, such as generating content, translating language to code and summarising information.
Microsoft brings OpenAI's language models to U.S. federal agencies via Azure cloud service.
Large language models (LLMs) GPT-4 and GPT-3 are now available on Azure Government.
OpenAI's ChatGPT has sparked widespread adoption of LLMs among businesses.
Microsoft is the first major company to offer chatbot technology to governments.
Azure OpenAI Services have gained 4,500 customers as of May.
Government agencies can utilise language models for content generation, language-to-code translation, and summarisation.