In this vLog I discuss some misconceptions around ChatGPT and Azure OpenAI, to include:
- Who owns ChatGPT, OpenAI, and how Microsoft got involved
- Security and privacy concerns about Azure OpenAI and ChatGPT
- How each of the services is consumed and billed
Take a look to find out more!
|Ownership||Owned by OpenAI LP a for profit arm of OpenAI the non-profit who’s mission is to development of society||Part of Azure AI offerings as APIs, and investor in OpenAI for exclusive rights to technology generated|
|Security||Insecure and open to the public. LLM is trained on dataset created in GPT 3 and currently only references data from 2021 and earlier. Questions and interactions are captured and can be used for further training||Secure to an Azure tenant using GPT-4, GPT 3.5, Codex and Dall-e Requires access for tenant to reduce the chances of the AI to be used for malicious purposes Data is not stored by the prompt, and model is not trained on data added|
|Costs||Free during preview stages, or paid for better hardware availability||Based on a consumption model like other Azure Cognitive Services. Biggest expense is re-training the model you’ve deployed for your data|