Bill Gates: AI is Revolutionary, but Web3 and Metaverse are not.

Bill Gates: AI is Revolutionary, but Web3 and Metaverse are not.

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During his annual Ask Me Anything session on Reddit, Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates shared his thoughts on the future of Web3, the Metaverse, and artificial intelligence (AI).

During an Ask Me Anything (AMA) session on Reddit, a user posed the question of whether or not there is any “mammoth technological revolution” that is now at a level comparable to that of the internet in the year 2000.

In response, Gates said, “AI is the big one. I don’t believe Web3 was that significant, and the metaverse stuff by itself wasn’t really innovative, but AI is definitely revolutionary.

When another user requested him to offer more information on why he feels web3 technology is not revolutionary, he did not clarify further and did not supply the further information.

He was also quite enthusiastic about generative AI, which refers to AI that is capable of creating material, and he added, “I’m extremely thrilled with the improvement rate of this AI.” I believe that they will have a significant influence.”

When Bill Gates was asked about his opinions on the ChatGPT platform, which has lately attracted notice for its capacity to create written text that resembles human language, Gates answered by saying, “It provides us a look into the future.” This technique, as well as the rate of invention, has left an impression on me.

A report from Semafor indicates that Microsoft intends to make a ten billion dollar investment in OpenAI, the firm that developed the widely used artificial intelligence program ChatGPT.

The present trend of Web3 or NFTs is something that Bill Gates has made it quite clear he does not favor. When Bill Gates spoke at the World Economic Forum (WEF) in Davos, Switzerland, in the past, he criticized cryptocurrencies and NFTs by referring to “based on the greater-fool idea.”

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