OpenAI’s GPT models are going to be made available to Microsoft’s government cloud clients.

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OpenAI's GPT models are going to be made available to Microsoft's government cloud clients.

The introduction of powerful language-producing models from OpenAI to U.S. federal agencies using Microsoft’s Azure cloud service was announced by Microsoft Corp (MSFT.O) in a blog post on Wednesday.

Microsoft, based in Redmond, Washington, has now added support for large language models (LLMs) that power GPT-4, the latest and most sophisticated of the LLMs from OpenAI, as well as GPT-3, to Azure Government.

Since the launch of ChatGPT from OpenAI, in which Microsoft has a stake, the use of LLMs has seen tremendous growth. Businesses of all sizes and types are rushing to develop features using these models.

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This marks the first time that Microsoft is bringing GPT technology to Azure Government, which offers cloud solutions to U.S. government agencies. It also represents a significant effort by a major company to make chatbot technology available to governments.

Previously, Microsoft offered access to LLMs through Azure OpenAI Services to Azure commercial cloud users, with a customer base of 4,500 as of May.

Government customers will now be able to leverage these language models for specific tasks such as content generation, language-to-code translation, and summarization, tailoring the models to their unique requirements.

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