Microsoft introduces Azure ChatGPT

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Microsoft has introduced Azure ChatGPT, a bespoke solution for enterprises seeking an alternative to OpenAI’s ChatGPT.

Azure ChatGPT does not rely on external servers, and it comes as a response to the growing demand for a secure and internal chatbot platform that does not rely on external servers.

Azure ChatGPT ensures that all data is stored and processed on-premises, away from external servers. This helps to protect sensitive data from unauthorized access. It also offers full control over network traffic and security protocols. This allows them to customize the platform to meet their specific needs.

A striking aspect of Microsoft’s approach is its candid acknowledgment of potential pitfalls. While ChatGPT has the potential to revolutionize productivity and innovation, it also poses the risk of intellectual property exposure. Microsoft highlights that traditional access restriction methods might not be foolproof, as resourceful employees often discover workarounds.

Azure ChatGPT can be easily integrated with internal data sources and services, making it a valuable tool for optimizing enterprise operations. It is available on GitHub under the permissive MIT license, making it a cost-effective option for enterprises.

To deploy Azure ChatGPT, organizations need a Microsoft Azure account, an OpenAI API key, and access to Microsoft’s GPT models. Azure ChatGPT is accessible on GitHub under the permissive MIT license, permitting wide-ranging utilization.

The sources for this piece include an article in TheDecoder.

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