The artificial intelligence researcher is partnering Microsoft to enhnace the latter's Azure platform, and has netted $1bn from the corporate in return.

Software provider Microsoft agreed on Monday to invest $1bn in US-based artificial intelligence (AI) research technology provider OpenAI in a bid to enhance its own work on artificial general intelligence (AGI) technology. Founded in 2015 and overseen by a non-profit organisation, OpenAI is working on research that is intended to harness AI in responsible ways.…

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