Microsoft strengthens its dedication to AI with new hire Mustafa Suleyman, co-founder of DeepMind

Microsoft Makes Major Move in AI by Hiring Mustafa Suleyman from DeepMind, as CEO Satya Nadella Emphasizes Bold Innovation.

Microsoft is making a major push into artificial intelligence (AI), a key technology that has played a significant role in its status as the world’s most valuable company. The company’s CEO, Satya Nadella, recently announced a high-profile addition to the team: Mustafa Suleyman, a co-founder of DeepMind, which is owned by Google, and the former head of Inflection, another AI company he co-founded.

Suleyman will lead Microsoft AI, a new organization focused on advancing AI tools like Copilot, as well as other consumer products and research in the field. This move is expected to strengthen Microsoft’s collaboration with OpenAI, a strategic partnership that Nadella sees as essential for the company’s AI innovation.

Nadella emphasized the importance of bold innovation in his statement announcing Suleyman’s appointment, noting that he has known and admired him for several years for his visionary work in the AI field. Along with KarĂ©n Simonyan, another Inflection co-founder who will also be joining Microsoft AI, Suleyman will bring with him expertise and experience in AI research and product development.

Kevin Scott will continue in his role as CTO and EVP of AI at Microsoft, overseeing AI strategy and partnerships. Rajesh Jha will lead the development of Copilot for Microsoft 365 in collaboration with Suleyman and his team. The influx of new talent is expected to accelerate Microsoft’s AI initiatives and help the company realize its vision of making AI accessible and beneficial to everyone.

Microsoft has been working closely with OpenAI since 2019 through its strategic partnership. With Google’s DeepMind being a pioneer in AI

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