Irish AI demand explodes: ‘In my 17 years in Microsoft, I’ve never seen anything like this excitement,’ says tech boss | Windows

Engineers at the Sandyford campus have been heavily involved in integrating the tech giant’s Microsoft 365 Copilot product technology with other Microsoft products such as Outlook, Office and Teams.

Microsoft began rolling out its version of AI generative tech here in November and so far, says Geraghty, selling it has not been a problem, despite an ongoing wider debate around the dangers of the rapid advance of AI and its potential threat to jobs.

Microsoft itself was the subject of reports of new job threats last week but its artificial intelligence division – driven by its investment in ChatGPT creator OpenAI – appears to be opening up a whole new future for the Seattle giant.

“In my 17 years in Microsoft, I haven’t seen anything like the level of excitement in a product since Copilot launched,” said Geraghty.

Big public sector and semi-state firms have been some of the most enthusiastic…


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