ChatGPT: Microsoft invests billions more in OpenAI as tech race with Google heats up around AI

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Microsoft plans to invest billions more in OpenAI, staking its future on the start-up and tech behind the chatbot ChatGPT, as well as setting the stage for more competition with Google. Recently touting a revolution in artificial intelligence (AI), Microsoft is building on a bet it made nearly four years ago on OpenAI. In 2019, it dedicated $1 billion (€922 million) to the start-up co-founded by Elon Musk and investor Sam Altman, and has since built a supercomputer to power OpenAI’s technology, among other forms of support. “Today, we are announcing the third phase of our long-term partnership…

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