Today, Microsoft is holding its Ignite event, which focuses on the company’s programmers, and as expected, much of the news announced is related to artificial intelligence.
One of the first news revealed by Microsoft is a new feature that will soon be available to users of the Azure platform. Microsoft has confirmed that GPT-4 Turbo with Vision will become available in Azure OpenAI and Azure AI Studio services. This will allow developers to use the technology to expand the capabilities of their AI-focused tools.
With this new model, it is possible to use Microsoft services for different content formats, whether text or images, making the tools that use the technology significantly more advanced.
Meanwhile, Microsoft claims to have made several improvements to data processing, which should improve response times to requests and improve request response times. As always, the model uses the GPT-4 Turbo base with all its knowledge and training bases.
In addition to this news, the company also confirmed some changes to the Copilot Copyright Commitment, which is now known as the Customer Copyright Commitment (CCC). Such is the company’s commitment to protecting Azure OpenAI service customers from potential legal attacks on content created using the company’s AI, that Microsoft is ensuring support and assistance in this eventuality. If customers of the service are sued for copyright infringement, Microsoft is committed to defending customers. This procedure applies to content created using the Company’s service and technology.
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