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Golden age for AI is here and it’s good for humanity says Satya Nadella

“AI is just at the beginning of the S-curve. The near-term and long-term opportunities are enormous” Nadella said making the point that Microsoft intends to lead on quantum computing and has all the building blocks for a next-generation quantum computer.

Satya Nadella giving the keynote address in Mumbai. Image - Microsoft 

The golden age for Artificial Intelligence is currently under way and it will redefine the work as known, the chairman and CEO of Microsoft Satya Nadella told Klaus Schwab, the founder and executive chairman of the World Economic Forum in a session at the Annual Meeting at Davos, Switzerland. “The future of work is not just about technology and tools. It’s about new management practices and sensibilities to the workplace”, Nadella remarked.

“Technology will provide more and more ways to bring people together,” he said. Public-private cooperation itself is moving virtual. The Forum’s Global Collaboration Village, for example, harnesses the power of the metaverse as a platform for collaborative, inclusive and effective international action. Microsoft is opening up access to new AI tools like ChatGPT,” said Nadella. “I see these technologies acting as a co-pilot, helping people do more with less.”

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