Microsoft’s AI event: Live coverage

Microsoft’s set to make an AI-related announcement today at 1pm ET, but it will not be streaming the keynote to the public. Not to worry, though, we’re here at the event in Redmond and will be liveblogging all the news the company is sharing today. After Google unveiled its ChatGPT rival Bard yesterday, Microsoft revealed it had been planning today’s event all along, without disclosing many details beyond telling us to expect information about “exciting projects.” Thanks to a tweet from OpenAI’s Sam Altman, though, we can at least guess that generative AI is on the agenda, if not the star of the show. We’ll be starting this liveblog around 12:30pm ET, with myself (Cherlynn Low) on text and our head of video Brian Oh taking pictures. See you soon!

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