Thursday, January 19, 2023

According to Satya Nadella, the golden age of AI has arrived and is beneficial to humanity

Satya Nadella says golden age of artificial intelligence is here, good for humanity

 Switzerland's DAVOS-KLOSTERS: Satya Nadella, chairman and CEO of Microsoft, is of the opinion that the golden age of artificial intelligence is "underway," and that it will reshape how businesses and work are currently conducted.

Nadella stated in a session at the World Economic Forum's annual meeting, which is currently going on for five days, that technology will provide more and more ways to connect people.

In a WEF press release on Wednesday (local time), Nadella was quoted as saying, "Microsoft is opening up access to new AI tools like ChatGPT." As a co-pilot, I see these technologies assisting people in accomplishing more with less.

ChatGPT, a cutting-edge chatbot, is capturing the imagination of the entire world. Five days after its recent launch, the brand-new website based on artificial intelligence attracted one million users. It is just one of a dozen so-called AI-driven apps that are anticipated to revolutionize human productivity and the workplace of the future.

ChatGPT not only writes lyrics and poetry but also responds to intricate questions on a wide range of topics through succinct prompts.

He told two stories about recent GPT technology use cases during the session. He started with a story about a Silicon Valley expert coder who used the model to help write better code faster and saw an 80 percent increase in productivity.

Second, despite only speaking the local dialect, an Indian farmer was able to use a GPT interface to access an obscure government program online.

"AI is just at the beginning of the S-curve," Nadella continued, adding that there are enormous opportunities in the near and long term.

He stated that Microsoft intends to lead quantum computing going forward. Microsoft has everything needed to build a quantum computer of the next generation.

The CEO of Microsoft stated that sustainability is at the heart of the company.

Microsoft intends to be carbon-negative as well as carbon-neutral by 2050.

The tech giant released Cloud for Sustainability in 2022, bringing together solutions from the company's global ecosystem and a growing set of environmental, social, and governance (ESG) capabilities across the Microsoft cloud portfolio.

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