Microsoft plans AI apps with Databricks

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Microsoft plans AI apps with Databricks
Microsoft plans AI apps with Databricks

Databricks is a data analytics platform that uses artificial intelligence, which Microsoft would sell through its Azure cloud-server unit. This would help companies make AI app models from scratch or repurpose open-source models

To help customers make AI apps for their businesses, Microsoft is planning to start selling a new version of Databricks software. As per a report citing people with direct knowledge of the plan.

Databricks is a data analytics platform that uses artificial intelligence, which Microsoft would sell through its Azure cloud-server unit. This would help companies make AI app models from scratch or repurpose open-source models as an alternative to licencing OpenAI’s proprietary ones, the report added.

Microsoft, in July, laid out an aggressive spending plan to meet demand for its AI services.

Across its products, such as Azure, Microsoft 365, GitHub, and several developer tools, the company has started integrating AI functionality.

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