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  • Writer's pictureSarah Ruivivar

AI-Powered Personal Assistants: Your New Chief of Staff

Updated: Oct 30, 2023

The AI revolution is no longer a distant dream.

It's here, transforming lives and businesses, and it's becoming accessible to all. Mustafa Suleyman, the co-founder of Google's AI division, DeepMind, has an exciting prediction: everyone will have their own AI-powered personal assistant in the next five years.

Suleyman, now the CEO of Inflection AI, the tech startup behind an AI chatbot called Pi, believes that as AI technology becomes cheaper and more widespread, it will be as common as smartphones. He envisions a future where everyone will have access to an AI that "knows you," is "super smart," and "understands your personal history."

This AI won't just be a tool; it will be a companion. It will reason over your day, help you prioritise your time, and even boost your creativity. "It will be a research assistant, but it will also be a coach and companion," Suleyman said.

But Suleyman's vision for AI goes beyond personal assistance. He sees AI evolving into a role akin to a chief of staff - a high-level position that helps executives make better business decisions. This AI chief of staff will know your personal information, align with your interests, and help you manage and process all the information you need.

Suleyman's thoughts echo the experiences of users who have integrated generative AI technologies like OpenAI's ChatGPT into their lives. From planning family vacations to developing code, AI is proving its worth across various fields.

Tech leaders like Microsoft's co-founder, Bill Gates, and Apple's CEO, Tim Cook, also see the revolutionary potential in AI. Gates considers AI as fundamental as the creation of the internet, while Cook believes it has the potential to "affect virtually everything we do."

As the AI wave continues to rise, Suleyman's prediction might soon become a reality. "It's going to feel like having intelligence as a commodity — cheap, widely available, making everyone smarter and more productive," he said.

So, are you ready to welcome your new AI-powered 'chief of staff'?

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