Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates talks about ChatGPT: Here’s what he had to say


Microsoft’s AI bot ChatGPT has taken the world by storm. The company strengthened its presence and popularity by introducing a new updated version of its web search engine Bing and web browser Edge with an AI bot, which the company says is more powerful than the original ChatGPT. In response, Google has launched its own ChatGPT competitor Bard and has announced that it will soon be bringing Bard to its own search engine, Google Search. The Internet is full of accounts right now in which users are increasingly sharing their experience of using ChatGPT. In such times, Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates shares his thoughts on ChatGPT and how it can change the world.

“Until now, artificial intelligence could read and write, but could not understand content. New programs like ChatGPT will make many office jobs more efficient by helping to compose invoices or letters. This will change our world.

Furthermore, the Microsoft co-founder said that AI bots like ChatGPT and Google Bard offer optimization for reading and writing, which will have a ‘huge impact’ in various sectors, especially healthcare and education. Gates believes that in these areas AI bots like Bard and ChatGPT can ‘improve functionality and meaningfully improve results’.

“The easiest way to put it is that AI is very good at speech recognition and visual recognition, but they essentially can’t read,” Gates said, as reported by CNBC. Simply put, older AI platforms could process or extract meaning from the language that was being fed to them. However, new AI platforms such as ChatGPT and Bard are capable of ‘training, improving, and reading and writing through new knowledge’. They are more intelligent that way.

During the podcast, the Microsoft co-founder also talked about some possible applications that we might see in the near future. For example, ChatGPT can be used for everyday office tasks. He also said that the integration of ChatGPT into Microsoft Teams could lead to AI to keep track of the coverage in the meeting and store relevant information from the meeting.

He added that these platforms are going to see profound improvements in the next few years.

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