Microsoft seeking ‘exceptional individuals’ dedicated to Artificial Intelligence research, development


Microsoft is set to open a new office in London dedicated to artificial intelligence (AI) research and development.

The tech firm’s AI boss, Mustafa Suleyman, said it would advertise roles for “exceptional individuals” in the coming weeks and months but did not say how many jobs would be created.

Microsoft is a major investor in ChatGPT-creator OpenAI, which itself opened an office in London in 2023.

“There is an enormous pool of AI talent and expertise in the UK. Microsoft AI plans to make a significant, long-term investment in the region as we begin hiring the best AI scientists and engineers into this new AI hub,” Suleyman said in a

Suleyman co-founded AI research lab DeepMind in the UK, which was bought by Google in 2014.

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He launched his own AI start-up, Inflection AI, in 2022, before joining Microsoft in March.

“Microsoft AI London will drive pioneering work to advance state-of-the-art language models and their supporting infrastructure,” said Suleyman.

“The UK is home to a thriving AI sector, employing over 50,000 people across the country and contributing £3.7 billion to our economy,” he said.

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