Mistral announced a “strategic partnership” with Microsoft that includes making Mistral’s artificial intelligence models available to customers of the Azure cloud platform. Microsoft’s investment in Mistral amounts to 15 million euros ($16.3 million).

Mistral develops algorithmic models similar to those used by OpenAI for chatbots and other AI services, but the company’s models are publicly available. Microsoft’s investment will be converted into shares as part of Mistral’s next funding round.

Microsoft’s partnership with OpenAI is also attracting the attention of regulators in the UK and the European Union. A European Commission spokesman said the agencies would review Microsoft’s investment in Mistral AI after receiving a copy of the agreement, which could lead to a formal investigation and possibly derail Microsoft’s plans.

Source: Ferra

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