At today’s ignite 2020 conference, Microsoft announced a new cooperation with openai. It is known that this software giant has obtained the exclusive license of openai gpt-3 language model. In terms of deployment, this enables Microsoft to give full play to the natural language generation and processing capabilities of gpt-3 in its customer-oriented AI solutions. The commercial and creative potential released through this model will be far-reaching, and even bring many new functions that we have never thought of. < / P > < p > for example, gpt-3 can help users collaborate, summarize and summarize large amounts of long format data (including code), and transform natural language into another language, thus stimulating more human creativity. < / P > < p > since openai first opened its API to the public in June, it has encapsulated 175 billion parameters. At present, the largest gpt-3 model has been widely concerned in the industry. < / P > < p > we still have a long way to go before we can implement general artificial intelligence, but gpt-3 is our closest goal at present, including writing stories, writing CSS / JSX / Python code, and even convincing news articles. < / P > < p > it is reported that gpt-3 has been trained almost all over the Internet. Unlike gpt-2, gpt-3 does not need to be fine tuned for different language tasks. < / P > < p > since it is almost impossible to provide such large computing power to the public through the traditional virtual machine subscription model, openai hopes to meet the computing needs of gpt-3 with the help of windows azure hosting model API. < / P > < p > the exclusive license obtained today indicates that the cooperation between Microsoft and openai for many years has reached a new milestone, and will continue to move towards the goal of building secure general-purpose artificial intelligence applications, so that users can benefit more from gpt-3 products, services and functional experience. More Samsung devices can now run Android applications on PC through your phone