Microsoft to expand ChatGPT access as OpenAI investment rumours swirl

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ChatGPT has taken the World by storm, with the currently free-to-use artificial writing software being harnessed for a wide range of tasks. Now Microsoft, which is backing OpenAI, the company behind ChatGPT, says it is widening access to the software in one of its products. Microsoft’s Azure OpenAI Service was rolled out in 2021, allowing cloud-computing customers to apply language AI models for a range of use cases, such as generating marketing content or summarising service tickets. The company, which is reportedly considering a $10 billion (€9.2 billion) investment in OpenAI on top of the $…

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