Even as economic turmoil has customers questioning the value of cloud spending, Microsoft issued a statement bolstering investor confidence in the company's generative AI tools. GitHub Copilot is a free software that assists programmers in writing code faster.
Copilot became available to a broad spectrum of programmers in June last year, and within a month, the user base for the new software reached 400 thousand people, according to Nadella. On Tuesday, people are willing to pay for generative AI, a technology that can extract original and useful prose, images, or computer code after studying enormous amounts of data in one or another.
Copilot tells programmers what to write next. According to GitHub data from last year, the software allows you to create up to 35-40% of the file code in automatic mode. It will cost $100 annually for individual subscribers, and the tool may also be used with a corporate account.
Microsoft has already announced that it would invest multibillion dollars on the creation of Copilot, the popular chat bot that has become viral. In addition to writing essays and poetry, he is also able to write code (not always correct).
Microsoft's intention to integrate ChatGPT in the Bing search engine poses a serious threat to Google's search dominance, as the latter is now rapidly developing its own artificial intelligence algorithms.
Azure OpenAI, a cloud-based business that will enable access to the company's technologies, has already attracted 200 customers, including well-known audit company KPMG and news agency Al Jazeera.
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