Generative artificial intelligence (AI), which is now being used by the masses via ChatGPT for various tasks, will help frontline workers, knowledge workers, and creative professionals to be more productive in the near future, he thinks. Microsoft Chairman and CEO Satya Nadella.
During his visit to India earlier this month, Nadella demonstrated some practical features of AI chatbots, such as responding to Bangalore’s dream of the future with some pretty images or showing which kitchens are part of the popular South Indian tiffins. (the AI chatbot showed biryani as part of tiffins as well and then politely apologized to Nadella, cleverly saying that biryani is a high-quality food loved by all.)
“Actually having AI chatbots as our co-workers will help us accomplish any task we set our minds to by being more creative and productive, thus breaking down some of the learning curve barriers for everyone,” he told the audience. .
From writing plays to poems, from doing homework to writing essays, ChatGPT is slowly opening its deep neural networks to more and more real life use cases.
“2023 will be the most exciting year the AI community has ever had,” according to Kevin Scott, Microsoft’s CTO.
“We can already see its promise in systems like GPT-3, which can do anything from help edit and summarize text to provide inspiration, and DALL-E 2, which can create useful and eye-catching works of art based on text input. Scott said in a latest blog post.
As generative AI becomes more popular and accessible, more people will be able to use the technology for creative expression, whether it’s helping them produce sophisticated artwork or write moving poetry.
“An AI system like DALL-E 2 doesn’t turn everyday people into professional artists, but it does give many people a visual vocabulary they didn’t have before – a new superpower they never thought they would have.” ,” He mentioned.
Inspired by the potential of AI chatbots, Microsoft, which invested $1 billion in ChatGPT developer OpenAI in 2019, now plans to inject $10 billion into the company, which will value OpenAI at nearly $29 billion. Dollars.
The company now wants to incorporate the AI created by OpenAI into Office, Word, Outlook, Powerpoint and other applications, The Information reported.
Microsoft is also preparing to release a version of its Bing search engine that uses the AI behind ChatGPT to answer some search queries.
According to Prabhu Ram, Head- Industry Intelligence Group, CMR, AI poses new possibilities for a technology-enabled future.
“Over the last decade, generative AI models have developed and gained traction, entering the mainstream only now. Generative AI models can usher in greater democratization for all, with AI-powered insights to a broad range of tasks, to create text, images, video, music or speech, among others,” Ram told IANS.
Generative AI modeling tools like ChatGPT have the potential to reimagine today’s prevailing search architectures and threaten market incumbents.
“That said, as generative AI develops further, it remains to be seen how security measures are put in place to ensure the use of such tools and, for example, prevent bad actors from exploiting them with malicious intent.” Ram pointed out.
Generative AI has the ability to profoundly alter the work practices of a variety of vocations, giving rise to new professions and transforming established ones.
“Ethically and thoughtfully deployed, it’s a tool that could help precipitate a revolution in creativity, one that allows everyone to better express their humanity,” Scott said.
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