Microsoft to hold “Future of Work with AI” webcast event on March 16

Kevin Okemwa

Microsoft's Future of Work with AI event

Microsoft has announced it plans to hold an online dubbed The Future of Work with AI which is set to take place on March 16 at 8:00 am PT/11:00 am ET. Per the email shared by Microsoft’s Events Team to OnMSFT, highlighted that the event will mainly focus on how Microsoft intends to revolutionize and reinvent productivity with AI.

The virtual event will be hosted by Microsoft’s CEO, Satya Nadella alongside Jared Spataro, the company’s CVP. Both of them are expected to share tidbits highlighting “how AI will power a whole new way of working for every person and organization”.

After making a multibillion-dollar investment and extending its partnership with OpenAI. Microsoft made a major announcement debuting the new Bing, which it refers to as the AI copilot for the web. Though the entry is still in preview, the company is now getting even more people off the waitlist and letting them test out the tool’s capabilities.

The company continues to make significant strides as far as integrating AI across its products and services is concerned, and is also pushing more updates to its AI copilot for the web. The company went as far as rolling out new AI-powered Bing Chat and Search preview in the search box on the taskbar when releasing the latest Windows 11 Moments update.

The Future of Work with AI invite does not go into detail about what will be discussed during the invite, perhaps the company might be highlighting the integration of AI into business applications via Microsoft Dynamics 365 Copilot and maybe more updates revolving around the new Bing.

We’ll just have to wait and see, till then you can head on over to Microsoft’s LinkedIn page to RSVP for the event. What do you think Microsoft will be discussing during the event? Share your thoughts with us in the comment section.