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Microsoft has exclusively licensed GPT-3 from OpenAI

In a blog post, Microsoft CTO Kevin Scott said the company is "teaming up with OpenAI to exclusively license GPT-3," after the company invested $1 billion in the lab last year.

It's unclear exactly what that means in practice: Scott says "OpenAI will continue to offer GPT-3 … via its own Azure-hosted API," while Microsoft will integrate GPT-3 into its own products. The big question is whether other customers will continue to be able to use the powerful language model. We've reached out to Microsoft for clarification.

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