Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella has announced that his company plans to integrate artificial intelligence tools such as Chat GPT into all of its products, and make them available as platforms for other companies to build on.
ChatGPT is a chat program launched by OpenAI in November 2022. It is built on the basis of OpenAI’s GPT-3.5 family of large language models, and is tuned with supervised learning and strengthening techniques. ChatGPT was launched as a prototype on November 30, 2022. It quickly attracted attention with its detailed responses and answers. in many fields of knowledge.
Nadella confirmed during his participation in the annual event of the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, that the company is quickly turning to marketing tools from “Open AI”, the research laboratory behind chatbots “Chatbot” and “ChatGBT”, and the image generator Dall-E2, which converts Language prompts to new images.
The company said, earlier, that it is giving more customers access to the software behind these tools through the Azure computing platform.
“The goal is to make (Azure) a place for anyone thinking about AI, all businesses and end users, including making GPT available to business users,” Nadella declared.
Microsoft is in advanced talks to increase its investment in OpenAI, the leading artificial intelligence technology company.
OpenAI is a leading center in the AI technology industry (Getty Images)
The center is in talks to sell the existing shares in a tender that would value the company at about $29 billion.
The Microsoft CEO was also optimistic about the broader economic potential of tools like ChatGPT, which can generate fast-voice text based on short queries or prompts.
ChatGPT surpassed over a million users within its first week of launch, and people still can’t stop talking about this unique AI and sharing their experiences on social media, from generating video ideas for content creators to helping developers catch bugs in code. On their own, ChatGPT seems to have a little something for everyone.
“Such tools are essential to boosting human productivity and will increase economic growth and wages for low-income jobs,” he said.
“We need something that really shifts the productivity curve in order to achieve real economic growth,” he added.
He continued, “People with office jobs are engaged in what is called ‘knowledge work’ and should embrace the new tools, rather than assume they will steal their jobs.”
Nadella cited the example of software developers who are currently using tools to help them write code, noting that “the best way to prepare for it is not to bet on this technology that helps you with your business and your business.”
Regarding the impact of these tools on a newspaper like the Wall Street Journal, Nadella said, “I think they will be able to write great articles in the future based on GPT as a language model that uses deep learning to produce a human, such as a script developed by the US company Open AI.”
Nadella defended the software giant’s $75 billion acquisition of gaming company Activision Blizzard, especially after it came under fire from antitrust authorities on both sides of the Atlantic, saying his deal would boost competition.
Earlier, “Microsoft” said that it is a small player in the development of video games and is trying to increase the size of its game development studio and will not prefer its own games on “Xbox” devices, and the US Federal Trade Commission had filed a lawsuit to block the deal, while the European Union opened an investigation. condensed around it.