OpenAI and Microsoft team up to create ‘cloud brains’

The artificial intelligence (AI) non-profit OpenAI has agreed to partner with Microsoft to develop “cloud brains” to test its experiments. The organization, which is backed by Elon Musk, has signed an agreement that will allow it to run large-scale experiments using the company’s Azure cloud services. OpenAI aims to discover more about deep learning and AI, while Microsoft will use the partnership to create new tools and technologies that use AI. OpenAI was one of the first adopters of Microsoft’s Azure N-Series Virtual Machines service that was designed to handle the intense computing workloads that are needed to run simulations and deep learning projects. The service is powered by Nvidia’s graphics chips and will be made generally available starting in December. In a blog post, OpenAI explains how it will use the power of…


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