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Introducing the Phi-3 Family of Open Models

Microsoft AI has introduced the Phi-3 family of open models, a collection of powerful and cost-effective small models that offer exceptional performance. These models are designed to cater to a wide range of applications and have been developed with state-of-the-art techniques, making them well suited for running on low-cost and low-latency edge devices.

The Phi-3 family of open models is set to deliver breakthrough performance at a fraction of the cost of other models. This is possible because of the use of deep learning algorithms and other techniques that allow the models to perform multiple tasks simultaneously and achieve exceptional accuracy.

These models also offer a high degree of flexibility, enabling them to be quickly and easily re-purposed for new use cases without the need for extensive retraining. Whether you're a developer, data scientist or a business looking for an efficient way to run AI applications, the Phi-3 family of open models is an exciting development that has the potential to transform the field of open models.

If you're looking for a powerful and cost-effective solution for running AI applications on edge devices, the Phi-3 family of open models is definitely worth checking out. You can learn more about them by watching the introduction video at the provided link.

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