Artificial Intelligence

How to watch the Microsoft Build 2023 keynote livestream

Expect a lot of AI announcements.
By Cecily Mauran  on 
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How to watch Microsoft Build 2023. Credit: Microsoft

It's developer conference season. Google I/O just happened. Apple's WWDC is a few weeks away. This week, it's time for Microsoft Build(opens in a new tab).

Starting with the launch of the AI-powered Bing in February, Microsoft has been launching generative AI tools and features at breakneck pace. Edge and Azure have been outfitted with an AI revamp, and Microsoft 365 Copilot is an entirely new product that uses generative AI for work and productivity.

Given the company's momentum these days, you might want to tune in to Microsoft Build and see how Microsoft is giving AI rivals like Google a run for their money, with highlights including Bing's new partnership with ChatGPT, and the rollout of the Windows Copilot AI assistant. The event runs from May 23-25 and is free to attend virtually. It will kick off with a keynote from Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella at 9 a.m. PT/12 p.m. ET on May 23. There will also be a session with OpenAI President and Co-Founder Adam Brockman. For more details on what to expect, Mashable's sibling site PCMag has a full rundown(opens in a new tab). Here's how to watch:

How to watch on the Microsoft Build website

To watch from the event's website and get information about the sessions, go to in a new tab) and fill out the free registration.

How to watch Microsoft Build on YouTube

You can also watch livestream coverage of the main sessions on Microsoft's YouTube channel

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Cecily Mauran

Cecily is a tech reporter at Mashable who covers AI, Apple, and emerging tech trends. Before getting her master's degree at Columbia Journalism School, she spent several years working with startups and social impact businesses for Unreasonable Group and B Lab. Before that, she co-founded a startup consulting business for emerging entrepreneurial hubs in South America, Europe, and Asia. You can find her on Twitter at @cecily_mauran(opens in a new tab).

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