Maybe you have already heard, but Microsoft has not exceeded the sales expectations for the current quarter of the year, and the news left many wondering how will Microsoft make money with an AI chatbot anymore. Is AI still relevant to the Redmond-based company if it doesn’t bring revenue?
Well, you should know that Microsoft is spending a lot of money on AI research, including funding AI projects that are focused on context length, space visualization, and code training. Windows 11’s Copilot will benefit from all of these studies and technological breakthroughs.
Even more, Microsoft is collaborating with Meta on an AI model called Llama 2, which is open-source. The model is capable to run and train other AI models, and there are rumors it might be the tool we need to reach AGI, which is Artificial General Intelligence, the next step in AI.
Microsoft is betting all the cards on AI, and the Redmond-based tech giant is integrating it into all Microsoft-related products, from Microsoft Store to Microsoft Teams, Azure, Microsoft Fabric, and so on. The idea is to educate as many people as possible on the subject and the benefits of AI, and then coming with AI solutions intended for their problems. Microsoft is currently one step ahead of the competition, but the good thing is that competition will most likely motivate the company to pursue even bigger goals with AI.
We shouldn’t be surprised if the Redmond-based tech giant will reach AGI and ASI with AI in a few years from now.
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