Microsoft Build 2023 will be held from May 23 to 25

The annual Microsoft Build developer conference returns to face-to-face format and will be held from May 23 to 25 in Seattle, United States

Microsoft has confirmed the dates of its annual Microsoft Build developer conference, which will hold the 2023 edition from May 23 to 25, returning to the face-to-face format, although it can also be followed online.

The event, which will collect the latest software from the technology company with experts and developers, will take place in Seattle (United States) and will share outstanding updates for Windows and its set of services.

This has been announced by the technology itself through a Twitter post from the Microsoft Developer profile, where it points out that it is an opportunity to connect with “product experts, industry disruptors and cutting-edge partners to share ideas to build the future”.

At this year’s event, as Microsoft points out on the event’s website, the conferences will revolve around the cloud, artificial intelligence, development tools and other data and analysis.

Microsoft is also expected to present advances on Windows 11 as well as new versions of its Bing search engine and its Edge browser powered by Artificial Intelligence (AI) and supported by the ChatGPT chatbot developed by OpenIA.

Following this line, the OpenIA company, which collaborates with Microsoft, presented on Tuesday the latest generation of its GPT-4 language model with greater capacity for reasoning and for generating content from text and images. Microsoft has even confirmed that GPT-4 has been powering its search engine for several weeks.

Source: dpa

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