ChatGPT and DALL-E join the Microsoft product portfolio after a million-dollar investment of which the exact figure is completely unknown.
Artificial Intelligence is the order of the day and does not stop starring in the news, reports and being the center of attention both by users and by companies. companies. in the last hours Microsoft has announced a substantial investment in OpenAI, the creators of ChatGPT and DALL-E.
What is Microsoft intending with this investment? Get to integrate all the functionalities and benefits of AI in their products. Come on, it is expected that the functionalities developed by OpenAI will be integrated into the different Microsoft programs or applications and, therefore, make them more useful.
This integration has cost the Redmond company $10 billion along with an overall OpenAI valuation of about $29 billion, though details are unknown. Microsoft is clear that the future of technology and services involves integrating AI into the daily lives of usersthus facilitating daily tasks.
Microsoft’s strategy is based on the integration of a company that has gained enormous traction in recent months. And, is that, OpenAI is on everyone’s lips thanks to both DALL-E and ChatGPT. Now with support from Microsoft, development can be greatly accelerated.
OpenAI now from Microsoft
Of course, Microsoft makes it clear that the AI will be within its applications, but it will only work in the cloud. The distinction that Microsoft makes seems to be a differentiation strategy for its business in the cloud. It seems that what they want is to get applications like Word, PowerPoint or Outlook to offer more usage news if they are connected.
It is unknown in general terms how they will be integrated, although they are already in the testing period. Throughout this week a series of novelties have been launched that reach its different applications and they integrate the different AI models made by OpenAI such as GPT-3.5, Codez and DALL-E.
Now what we have to do is wait to see how it affects this proposal from Microsoft to its products and, above all, if the integration of AI on a day-to-day basis improves the general experience of its applications that, for now, work correctly. It may be one of the biggest advances by companies in terms of AI integration in recent months, although only the future will tell.