Why Microsoft Invested In OpenAI?

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Reasons behind Microsoft’s AI investment

Microsoft invested $1 billion in OpenAI in 2019 because it was "very worried" that Google was years ahead in scaling up its AI capabilities.

Microsoft's CTO admitted they were "multiple years behind the competition" in machine learning and struggled to replicate Google's language models.

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