Microsoft has also announced that it will soon begin open sourcing its Microsoft Turing models, as well as recipes for training them in Azure Machine Learning, giving developers access to the same family of powerful language models that the company has used to improve language understanding across its products.
“By developing this leading-edge infrastructure for training large AI models," says Scott, "we're making all of Azure better. We're building better computers, better distributed systems, better networks, better datacenters. All of this makes the performance and cost and flexibility of the entire Azure cloud better."
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