Generative AI company OpenAI held its first DevDay developer conference today, and during the keynote, the company's CEO Sam Altman invited a surprise guest to the stage:Microsoft chief executive Satya Nadella.
Nadella's brief appearance focused on the rise of artificial intelligence and its impact on the company's data infrastructure, such as Azure.
Nadella said in the interview:
The workload, the workload mode, and the training task need to be advanced simultaneously, and the data volume is larger and the parallel processing is more complex than ever before.
So one of the first things we've been doing is collaborating to build the underlying systems, from power to data centers to racks to accelerators to networks, from the way you think about it to the way you actually run it, there's been a sea change in the way Azure operates.
To support these models that OpenAI is augmenting to build, the company is changing rapidly. So our number one job is to build the best system in order to build the best model and then make it all available to developers.
In his keynote address, Altman said:
I think we have the best partnership in technology. It's clear that both OpenAI and Microsoft are happy with their partnership, and that the relationship will get stronger in the foreseeable future, especially as more developers sign up for Azure and use OpenAI's tools and services.
During DevDay, OpenAI announced a plan to allow developers to create their own ChatGPT services without coding. It also launched a preview of its GPT-4 Turbo model, which has "knowledge of world events up to April 2023" and is less expensive to use than ChatGPT 4.
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