In this era of accelerating change and AI-driven industry transformation, companies are increasingly turning to the cloud for all aspects of their business.
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Welcome to Microsoft Ignite 2023! The past year has been one of true transformation. Companies are seeing real benefits today and are eager to explore what’s next—including how they can do more with their data investments, build intelligent applications, and uncover what AI can do for their business.
With Azure, you can trust that you are on a secure and well-managed foundation to utilize the latest advancements in AI and cloud-native services. Azure is adaptive and purpose-built for all your workloads, helping you seamlessly unify and manage all your infrastructure, data, analytics, and AI solutions.
Customers need reliable and performant infrastructure to bring the most sophisticated AI use cases to market in record time. Our objective is to build state-of-the-art infrastructure and meet these demands. The latest MLPerf™ 3.1 Training results1 are a testament to our unwavering commitment to building high-quality and high-performance systems in the cloud to achieve unparalleled efficiency in training LLMs at scale.
With these announcements from OpenAI DevDay, developers and enterprises are now poised to explore new horizons, empowered by the combined strengths of Microsoft and OpenAI, and the limitless possibilities of generative AI.
The enterprise development process requires collaboration, diligent evaluation, risk management, and scaled deployment. By providing a robust suite of capabilities supporting these challenges, Azure AI affords a clear and efficient path to generating value in your products for your customers.
This month, we’re helping customers operationalize responsible AI with purpose-built tools and have a few products and updates designed to empower our customers to innovate safely with our trusted platform.
The series will examine what makes Generative AI so unique and how it can meet current business challenges, as well as how it drives new forms of collaboration between teams working to build the next generation of apps and services. The series will also ground organizations in responsible AI approaches and best practices, as well as data governance considerations as companies innovate now and towards the future.
Now with Azure Data Manager for Energy, energy-domain data resides in the same place as some of the most advanced AI technologies and cloud services. Energy companies can now have the improved productivity, security, and scale of a cloud platform, built with their needs in mind.
The goal is to use generative AI as a tool in your broader decision-making and brainstorming process. Combining AI's suggestions with your expertise and knowledge of your business and market will yield the best results. By integrating these AI insights, we're not merely keeping up with the times; we're pioneering a future where efficiency meets innovation.