this is fine
what could possibly go wrong?
Microsoft has promised it will "soon" offer the ChatGPT AI chatbot as a service from its Azure cloud. The software giant on Monday announced its existing Azure OpenAI service has opened up to general availability (GA). It is, notably, not available everywhere just yet though. Microsoft also appears not to have changed its …
We are not far away from being able to run such large models on a desktop computer.
The moment someone releases such model into the wild, it will be over for Microsoft, so they must hurry to cash in on the back of the knowledge people gathered over centuries.
They'll probably make experience awful and eventually extinguish it in their typical fashion.
>"We are not far away from being able to run such large models on a desktop computer.
The moment someone releases such model into the wild, it will be over for Microsoft"
By then expect the majority of users to be locked into a Microsoft subscription and running either a MS cloud desktop or a MS on-prem cloud desktop...
How very strange it is, apparently, that you do neither see nor yet believe that super knowledgable AI models are for a long time already operating freely in the wilds all around you, with Microsoft [which is not alone as an impotent spectator in the field] having no effective countering influence at all over them ...... whilst they, the AIs, further secure and consolidate their stealthy working network advantage and expand and exploit their secret abilities and disarming utilities and penetrating facilities exposing systemic Earthly weaknesses and vulnerabilities for either speedy home team fixing or foreign eradication.
To not realise that time is of the essence in prime virtual space administration and a dally and a dawdle is an expensive costly mistake to make which has one rendering oneself as a foolhardy foe to be vanquished rather than novel friend to be aided and abetted and mentored and monitored into the future, where be all the fresh opportunities for new beginnings from historic starting points/current destinations.
In other words, we know that the only thing that most of the planet is going to use these things for is the generation of highly lurid porn featuring an imaginative array of public figures and celebrities engaged in an endless variety of activities, and we are worried about being sued into oblivion. Thus begins the game of trying to get round the filters to do it anyway, before something similar gets made freely available and the huge revenue streams envisaged due to the huge current hype around it dry up rapidly.