Bill Gates: The partnership between Microsoft and ChatGPT has a lengthy history. Years ago, the digital giant made an investment in OpenAI, the parent firm of ChatGPT, and more recently, the two businesses furthered their cooperation. These days, Microsoft is in the news for introducing the all-new Bing, which includes improved AI capabilities and aims to revolutionize how consumers conduct online research. Bill Gates, the co-founder of Microsoft, recently shared his opinion on ChatGPT and claimed that it will “transform the world.”
On ChatGPT, Bill Gates:
According to a Reuters report that was originally ascribed to the German newspaper Handelsblatt, Bill Gates claims that ChatGPT will simplify office tasks and alter the way that we live.
He stated: “Up until recently, artificial intelligence was able to read and write, but not comprehend. By assisting in the creation of bills or letters, innovative apps like ChatGPT will increase the productivity of numerous office tasks. Our world will alter as a result.”
Bill Gates’ AI remarks
Bill Gates spoke about his interest in artificial intelligence during his annual Ask Me Anything event on Reddit held last month. The billionaire responded, “AI is the major one,” when a user questioned him about his thoughts on the enormous technological transition that is taking place right now. He continued by saying that whereas Web3 or Metaverse wasn’t all that popular, AI is actually pretty “revolutionary.”
Gates expressed his opinions on ChatGPT in a different reaction, stating that it “gives a peek of what is to come. This entire strategy and the pace of innovation astound me. Additionally, he added that he was “watching this very closely.”
The newest AI announcement from Microsoft
The newest iteration of Bing, backed by a new OpenAI large language model that is “more powerful than ChatGPT and tailored exclusively for search,” was presented by Microsoft last week. The business also disclosed updates for the Edge browser. The release of Microsoft’s statement coincided with the launch of Google’s ChatGPT rival, Bard.
According to Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella in an interview with The Verge, having healthy competition in the search industry will increase profits not only for them but also for publishers and advertisers. He added that although Google is the “800-pound gorilla on this” when it comes to the search engine business, with Microsoft’s innovation, they (Google) will undoubtedly want to come out and “dance.”