In a conversation with Klaus Schwab, the World Economic Forum (WEF) chairman Satya Nadella, CEO of Microsoft, stated that the sense of presence achieved while using metaverse tech is ‘game-changing.’
Nadella believes the pandemic has changed the environment, especially regarding meetings, forcing people to use video calls and implementing more immersive technologies. According to him, this is the real impact that the technologies like metaverse and others will have on today’s society.
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Microsoft is one of the partners of the WEF in developing the Global Collaboration Village, a virtual replica of Davos in the metaverse. The main goal of this digital world is to allow organizations to bring together leaders from across the globe to be part of the constant conversations on policies and world issues.
As per Schwab’s statements, there are already 70 to 80 organizations behind the Global Collaboration Village initiative, which is to be built with Mesh, a metaverse platform of Microsoft that allows collaboration and communication.