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Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella To Visit KL, Asia From May Onwards

KUALA LUMPUR: Microsoft chief executive officer and chairman Satya Nadella will visit Kuala Lumpur on May 2 as part of his Southeast Asian plan.

Microsoft chief executive officer and chairman Satya Nadella will be visiting Kuala Lumpur as part of his Southeast Asian plan.

He will speak at the Microsoft Build: AI Day Kuala Lumpur, which is scheduled for Nexus, Connexion Conference & Event Centre in Bangsar South.

Before arriving in Kuala Lumpur, Satya will present his talk at Jakarta Convention Center Indonesia on April 30  followed by Bangkok on May 1 at Queen Sirikit National Convention Center (QSNCC) Plenary Hall.

This visit is part of the regional Microsoft Build: AI Day Tour, during which Satya will deliver a keynote speech focusing on the new era of AI and the opportunities it presents for regional organisations to shape their future.

During his previous visit to Thailand in 2016, he announced Microsoft’s commitment to supporting and enhancing the potential of Thai developers at the Microsoft Thailand Developer Day event.

In Bangkok, Satya is also scheduled to meet with Prime Minister Srettha Thavisin, whom he had previously met during Srettha’s visit to the United States (US) for the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) Summit in November.

Additionally, a new meeting date has been arranged for Satya to meet prime minister
Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim, according to the Minister of Investment Trade and Investment Tengku Zafrul.

Apart from the highly anticipated CEO’s keynote address, the Microsoft Build: AI Day event will include panel discussions, tech demos, and hackathons, focusing on technologies such as Azure OpenAI Services and Copilot.

Furthermore, attendees will be able to participate in a Connection Hub, where they can engage with experts, industry leaders, and fellow developers to discuss technical questions and potential collaborations.

Registration for the event is available on Microsoft’s website, with limited seating.

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