This week, Microsoft will launch the Azure OpenAI service, which will allow developers to integrate a range of AI models into their cloud applications, including GPT-3.5, Codex, and DALL-E. ChatGPT support will also appear in the service in the near future.
With Azure OpenAI, developers can implement artificial intelligence to help users make support requests or to curate content to improve online store search results. Also, these models are successfully used as tools for document summarization and text analysis.
Microsoft uses the Azure OpenAI service in the GitHub Copilot tool, which can propose code and entire features in real time directly from the development environment. Power BI uses the GPT-3 model to create formulas and expressions, and Microsoft Designer uses DALL-E 2 to create illustrations from text tips.