back to article Microsoft puts OpenAI's GPT-3 that it spent all that money on to work in Power Fx

Any souls wondering what Microsoft would do with its GPT-3 investment have been given an answer with a Power Fx update lightly seasoned with the AI tech. Microsoft gained exclusive rights to use OpenAI's GPT-3 in September last year, allowing it to embed the text-and-code-generating machine-learning model into its own products …

  1. Cederic Silver badge

    could be worse

    "It looks like you're trying to script business critical processing. Would you like me to do that for you?"

    Although in fairness it couldn't be worse than the average back office function worker and their insistence on creating the mother of all badly scripted spreadsheets that will take between 18 and 40 months to cripple the entire global organisation.

    1. scrubber

      Re: could be worse

      Unusually for MS they seem to be aware of the limitations of their software, and users, and have left it as "read-only" for now. Doesn't mean you couldn't ask for a request that grinds the system to a halt, but at least your data should still exist after a restart.

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