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Microsoft to Host “The Future of Work with AI” Event on March 16

The Future of Work with AI is an upcoming online Microsoft event where the company will detail its enterprise AI plans.


Over the last two months, has gone big on AI and has plans to integrate it across all its services. While the consumer-facing Bing Chat AI search powered by ChatGPT technology has grabbed headlines, it is worth remembering Microsoft is an enterprise company first and foremost. To highlight how AI will influence its business products, the company is hosting its “The Future of Work with AI” event this month.

Specifically, Microsoft's The Future of Work with AI will take place on March 16 and start at 8:00 am PT/11:00 am ET. According to the Microsoft Events Team says in an email, the event is online and will focus on Microsoft's plans to match its an live up to its claim of “reinventing productivity with AI”.

Microsoft CEO will be on hand to introduce the event. Nadella does not appear for any old event, so his presence shows how important AI has become to Microsoft's strategy. Alongside Nadella will be Jared Spataro, Microsoft's CVP.

AI Goals

In its announcement, Microsoft says it plans to detail “how AI will power a whole new way of working for every person and organization”. However, the announcement does not explain specifically what Microsoft will discuss during the event.

Although, it is likely the Microsoft Dynamics 365 the company announced this week will have plenty of coverage.

Microsoft Dynamics 365 Copilot is a new AI-powered solution that brings interactive and automated assistance across business applications. Microsoft describes the product as both a customer relationship management (CRM) and enterprise resource planning (ERP) service.

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Luke Jones
Luke Jones
Luke has been writing about all things tech for more than five years. He is following Microsoft closely to bring you the latest news about Windows, Office, Azure, Skype, HoloLens and all the rest of their products.

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