With Visual ChatGPT, Microsoft keeps up the AI competition without shifting down. A novel model called Visible ChatGPT combines ChatGPT and VFMs like Transformers, ControlNet, and Stable Diffusion.
Moreover, the method enables ChatGPT discussions to transcend linguistic boundaries. The future of ChatGPT is growing brighter every day as the GPT-4 release date draws near.
The IT juggernaut recently disclosed that the Azure OpenAI Service now offers a preview of the OpenAI-built AI helper. Developers can now include AI-powered experiences in their applications thanks to the new integration of ChatGPT, which is available in preview for Azure OpenAI Service.
According to analyst William McKeon-White of Forrester Research, Microsoft is making the AI assistant's commercialization easier by integrating ChatGPT into all of these apps.
McKeon-White said, "I know OpenAI has been intermittently down because they're just so popular, and I don't think they were ready for or expecting the success that they had." He mentioned that this helps OpenAI use Microsoft as an intermediary that helps manage business partnerships. A good first step is for Microsoft to serve as an intermediary.
"This is the heading expected to empower endeavor use," said Bern Elliot, an investigator at Gartner. He added that it will reassure businesses that Azure OpenAI's ChatGPT now offers the same enterprise-grade privacy, security, confidentiality, and compliance as other Azure products.
According to analyst William McKeon-White, Microsoft is proceeding to radically transform each and every business area they operate in and to reintroduce competition into new markets.
According to McKeon-White, Microsoft's rapid entry into the generative AI market and incorporation of ChatGPT into all of its apps are attempts to profit from the technology's potential.
Is the launch of GPT-4 imminent?
In addition, Microsoft has incorporated ChatGPT into the Azure OpenAI Service following the rumored announcement that GPT-4 will be released this week by Microsoft Germany CTO Andreas Braun at an event in Germany.
The system will have multimodal AI capabilities, including AI-generated videos, according to multiple news outlets.
McKeon-White stated, "It will be very interesting to see what the explosive improvements are just because GPT-3.5 is bordering every area." They will probably keep on further developing acknowledgment and so forth and focus on the overall abilities."