At a recent event, Bill Gates, a co-founder of Microsoft, and UK Prime Minister Rishi Sunak answered a few questions generated by AI.
In an effort to welcome a new wave of green technology start-ups, Rishi Sunak and Bill Gates met with members of Cleantech for the UK on Wednesday at Imperial College London. They were interviewed by AI, and Downing Street posted a video of the interview on YouTube.
The two talked about innovation, technology, and artificial intelligence in the UK during their encounter. “How do you anticipate technology will effect the global economy and job market in the next 10 years,” AI’s first question to Mr. Sunak and Mr. Gates said.
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Mr. Gates responded in a succinct manner. The benefactor claimed that the world needs to be more effective and gave the examples of a labour shortage, health care, and education. “Hopefully, technology like the one that generated this question can help us be more efficient,” he said.
“What is the one task you would like AI to do for you?,” the AI asked the two. Mr. Gates jokingly said that he might use the technology to make his notes a little more “smart” in response to this. Mr Sunak hilariously said, “I think if AI could do Prime Minister’s question time for me. That would be great.”