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Cost Containment for Generative AI: Microsoft's quest to reduce the size and cost of language models

Microsoft is looking to control the expense of its reliance on OpenAI’s models. Microsoft seeks to build leaner language models that perform nearly as well as ChatGPT but cost less to run.
GIF of Copilot editing and generating images for Windows photo apps
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Chatbots for Productivity: Microsoft extends Copilot to 365 and Windows.

Microsoft's ChatGPT-powered assistants will roll out in the coming months.
GenAI Violated Copyright? No Problem: Microsoft commits to cover copyright violation costs for GenAI services.
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GenAI Violated Copyright? No Problem: Microsoft commits to cover copyright violation costs for GenAI services.

Microsoft promised to shield users of its generative AI services against the potential risk of copyright infringement. Microsoft said it would cover the cost for any copyright violations that may arise from use of its Copilot features, which generate text, images, code, and other media within its...
Conversational Search, Google Style: Details leak about Magi, Google's answer to Bing with GPT-4.
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Conversational Search, Google Style: Details leak about Magi, Google's answer to Bing with GPT-4.

Google’s response to Microsoft’s GPT-4-enhanced Bing became a little clearer. Anonymous insiders leaked details of Project Magi, the search giant’s near-term effort to enhance its search engine with automated conversation.
Bing logo talking to a therapist during a therapy session
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Bing Unbound: A roundup of wacky behavior from the new AI-powered Bing

Microsoft aimed to reinvent web search. Instead, it showed that even the most advanced text generators remain alarmingly unpredictable. In the two weeks since Microsoft integrated an OpenAI chatbot with its Bing search engine, users have reported...
Godzilla with the Google logo and Kong with the Microsoft logo, fighting
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Search War!: Google and Microsoft both announce AI-Powered search.

The long-dormant struggle to dominate the web-search business reignited in a display of AI-driven firepower — and hubris. Google and Microsoft announced competing upgrades powered by the latest generation of chatbots. Baidu, too, flexed its natural-language-processing muscles.

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