Microsoft announces multibillion dollar investment in OpenAI to accelerate AI breakthroughs

Microsoft has announced an expansion of its partnership with OpenAI. Company's machine learning-based solutions will be exclusive available via Azure. Microsoft will increase its investment in super computing, so OpenAI will be able to improve its ML models. The Redmond firm is also going to integrate OpenAI closer with its consumer and corporate products.

"In this next phase of our partnership with OpenAI, we will deliver the best AI infrastructure, models, and toolchain for customers to safely and responsibly build and run their applications on Azure. "- said Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella.

This will allow developers and organizations across industries access the best AI infrastructure, models, and tools in Azure to build and run their applications.

Rumors on the web say that Microsoft is going to invest $10 billion in OpenAI. As part of this deal, Microsoft may receive a 49% stake in OpenAI. In today's official announcement, the amount and conditions were not disclosed.

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1 thought on “Microsoft announces multibillion dollar investment in OpenAI to accelerate AI breakthroughs

  1. Numen76

    It’s really great to know that “Open”AI is going to be owned by a single megacorporation not known for openess; and that I won’t be able to use Windows without a resource-consuming robot nanny analyzing and second-guessing everything I do. It’s now a done deal, I’ll stay on 10 forever. I probably have to buy a stock of present-day hardware (started looking already) which is pretty silly but better than this trash. I’ll eventually get a secondary PC on Linux to use up-to-date hardware for compute-intensive tasks.
    Twenty years of Windows use, and here we are. I watched it descending into a freakshow and how they ignored all the great stuff they had in 7 – jump lists, libraries, a fantastic star menu; and when I payed for 10 I wondered why I’m even doing this. Already run Linux on a secondary Nvme SSD.

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