Thanks for the question, Yes, it is correct to assume that data privacy policies apply to both Preview and GA status Azure OpenAI models. According to the Data, Privacy, and Security for Azure OpenAI Service, the Azure OpenAI service processes, uses, and stores data to provide the service and to monitor for uses that violate the applicable product terms. Data privacy terms apply to the platform.
Here are some key points about data privacy in Azure OpenAI:
- Your prompts (inputs) and completions (outputs), your embeddings, and your training data are not available to other customers, OpenAI, or used to improve OpenAI models.
- They are also not used to improve any Microsoft or 3rd party products or services.
- The Azure OpenAI Service is fully controlled by Microsoft; Microsoft hosts the OpenAI models in Microsoft’s Azure environment and the Service does not interact with any services operated by OpenAI.
When using the “on your data” feature, the service retrieves relevant data from a configured data store and augments the prompt to produce generations that are grounded with your data. So, you can evaluate the GPT-4 Turbo with Vision (Preview) model using business documents while adhering to Azure OpenAI’s data privacy policies.