Microsoft Azure OpenAI Service and IBM Consulting to help firms build generative AI applications


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IBM Corp. and Microsoft Corp. are collaborating to offer their expertise to businesses looking to implement generative AI and enhance their operational efficiency.

The focus of the announcement was IBM Consulting, which is now providing a special service for businesses attempting to understand Microsoft’s Azure OpenAI Service on the Azure cloud platform. The Azure Marketplace is where you can find the new IBM Consulting Azure OpenAI Service.

According to IBM, its fully managed AI service is aimed at assisting programmers and data scientists in using OpenAI LP’s potent large language models to create novel applications.

Developers have access to all of OpenAI’s LLMs through the service, including the GPT series, which powers ChatGPT, and the Codex LLMs.

Read More: IBM Consulting to help firms build generative AI applications with Microsoft’s Azure OpenAI Service

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