Microsoft Opening Access To ChatGPT-Like AI Tools: Satya Nadella

Microsoft Opening Access To ChatGPT-Like AI Tools: Satya Nadella

ChatGPT, ever since its prototype launch in November 2022, has brought a renewed focus on artificial intelligence (AI) and how it can help several industries in terms of automation and perhaps, cutting costs. Microsoft is reportedly looking to integrate ChatGPT in its Bing search engine, in a bid to take on search rival Google. Now, Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella on Thursday said that the golden age of AI is “underway” and that it would redefine work and businesses as we know them, as reported by ANI.

Nadella was speaking at a session at the ongoing World Economic Forum summit in Davos, Switzerland, when he said that AI will help create more and more ways to bring people together. 

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“Microsoft is opening up access to new AI tools like ChatGPT,” Nadella said. “I see these technologies acting as a co-pilot, helping people do more with less.”

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Developed by US-based research lab OpenAI, ChatGPT is a chatbot built on the firm’s GPT-3 large language model family, which delivers surprisingly human-like responses to queries, which can range from anything between “How can I write an HTML code?” to “Write a letter of absence for me.”

At the recent Future Ready Technology Summit in Bengaluru earlier this month, Nadella presented a fun interaction he had with ChatGPT.

He asked it to rank the most popular South Indian tiffin options. The AI bot promptly offered a list of dishes such as pongal, uttapam, idli, dosa, and — for some reason — biryani. Nadella, whose favourite dish happens to be biryani itself, replied to chatbot, “I don’t think so.” 

“Last time I checked, it [biryani] was not a South Indian tiffin. As a Hyderabadi, you [ChatGPT] cannot intelligence by saying biryani is a tiffin,” Nadella joked, prompting a quick apology from the bot. 

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To add to the fun, he went on to make ChatGPT write a play between idli and dosa, where the two argue about who was better as tiffin. 

Satya Nadella in Bengaluru asks ChatGPT to give the list of popular south Indian tiffins (it included biryani in the list 😂), and then makes it write a play to get idli, dosa, and vada to argue on the best tiffin of them [email protected] @chandrarsrikant pic.twitter.com/l3Mcxw5irP

— Haripriya Suresh (@hrprya) January 5, 2023

Nadella would even go on to ask ChatGPT to turn the same into a Shakespearean play. And the bot immediately obliged. While worth a few laughs, the interaction simply proved just how capable and fast-adapting ChatBOT can be when directed by a user. 

Within just five days of going live, ChatGPT garnered a million users, showing the grand popularity the chatbot appears to be enjoying globally. 

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