Microsoft has just announced the arrival of GPT-4 in its Azure OpenAI Service, taking the generative AI experience to new heights. This integration means that businesses can take advantage of the advanced models that power Bing and Microsoft 365 Copilot to create their own AI-powered applications through Azure OpenAI Service. With the inclusion of GPT-4, developers can create virtual assistants in mere minutes.
In a blog post, Microsoft revealed that GPT-4 is now available in preview mode in Azure OpenAI Service. Businesses and partners already using the service can now apply for access to GPT-4, which is OpenAI’s most advanced model yet.
For businesses that want access to GPT-4, the prices start at $0.03 per 1,000 tokens for an 8k context for prompt completion and $0.06 per 1,000 tokens for a 32k context. Billing for all GPT-4 usage will begin on April 1.
Epic Healthcare, Coursera, and Coca-Cola are just a few of the companies that plan to utilize Azure OpenAI Service with GPT-4 in innovative ways to bring real impact to their businesses. For instance, Coursera will be leveraging Azure OpenAI Service to create a new AI-powered learning experience on its platform, allowing students to receive personalized support throughout their learning journey.
The addition of GPT-4 in Azure OpenAI Service represents a significant development for businesses that aim to integrate advanced AI models into their operations. By using Azure OpenAI Service, they can now harness the power of the most advanced models to create AI-powered applications and improve their business processes.