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Microsoft's AI research teams release a wide variety of open source models, including popular text embedding base models.

Microsoft models

Microsoft LogoPhi 3 Mini 128K Instruct

text generation
3128kT4

Microsoft LogoPhi 3 Mini 4K Instruct

text generation
34kT4

Microsoft LogoAll MPNet Base V2

text embeddings
v2CPU

Microsoft LogoAll MiniLM L6 v2

text embeddings
v2CPU

About Microsoft

Microsoft’s AI research divisions create a variety of models from LLMs to speech synthesis to text embedding — over 200 published models. One of their areas of focus is maintaining performance for smaller, more efficient LLMs such as the Phi family of models.

Microsoft is closely partnered with OpenAI and backs open source research teams like WizardLM.

What license does Microsoft release models under?

Microsoft uses a variety of licenses on a model-by-model basis. Always check the license of the model you intend to use before deployment.

Microsoft’s large language model families like Orca 2 and Phi 2 are released under a special Microsoft Research License that does not allow for commercial use.

However, many of their utility models, such as MiniLM text embedding models, are released under the MIT license, which allows for commercial use.

Deploy any model in just a few commands

Avoid getting tangled in complex deployment processes. Deploy best-in-class open-source models and take advantage of optimized serving for your own models.

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truss init -- example stable-diffusion-2-1-base ./my-sd-truss

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cd ./my-sd-truss

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export BASETEN_API_KEY=MdNmOCXc.YBtEZD0WFOYKso2A6NEQkRqTe

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truss push

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Serializing Stable Diffusion 2.1 truss.

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