Before we start discussing Azure OpenAI Service, it's crucial to talk about Microsoft's strong commitment to the entire field of Artificial Intelligence. Microsoft is deeply dedicated to this topic. Therefore, Microsoft is committed to ensuring that AI is used in a responsible and ethical manner. Furthermore, Microsoft is working with the AI community to develop and share best practices and tools to help ensure that AI is used in a responsible and ethical way, thereby incorporating the six core principles, which are:
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Now, we can proceed with the article!
Understand Azure OpenAI Service
Azure OpenAI Service provides access to advanced OpenAI language models such asGPT-4,GPT-3.5-Turbo, andEmbeddingsvia a REST API. The GPT-4 and GPT-3.5-Turbo models are now available for general use, allowing adaptation for tasks such as content generation, summarization, semantic search, and natural language translation to code. Users can access the service through REST APIs, Python SDK, or Azure OpenAI Studio.
The use of Azure OpenAI Service is limited. Therefore, it is necessary to request access to the service atAzure OpenAI Service. Once you have approval, you can start using and testing the service!
Once your access is approved, go to theAzure Portaland let's create the Azure OpenAI resource. To do this, follow the steps below:
Step 01:Click on theCreate a resourcebutton.
Step 02:In the search box, typeAzure OpenAIand then clickCreate.
Step 03:On the resource creation screen, fill in the fields as follows:
Note that in thePricing tierfield, you can test Azure OpenAI Service for free but with some limitations. To access all features, you should choose a paid plan. For more pricing information, access the linkAzure OpenAI Service pricing.
Step 04:Under theNetworktab, choose the option:All networks, including the internet, can access this resource.and then clickNext.
Step 05:After completing all the steps, click theCreatebutton to create the resource.
Step 06:Wait a few minutes for the resource to be created.
In the next article, we will learn how to deploy a model on the Azure OpenAI Service. This model will allow us to consume the Azure OpenAI Service directly in our code.
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