New Microsoft AI Hub Inaugurated in London

Microsoft AI Hub unveiled in London. Center for advancing language models & infrastructure led by Jordan Hoffmann. Collaborates with global AI teams & OpenAI. Recruiting top-tier talent. Built on the U.K.'s commitment to responsible AI.

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Microsoft AI Hub

Microsoft has announced its plans to unveil a new Microsoft AI Hub in London. The AI hub is set to be located in the heart of London where Microsoft will spread advanced work that is aimed at advancing state–of–the–art language models and their underlying infrastructure.


The hub will be led by esteemed AI scientist and engineer Jordan Hoffmann and it will collaborate closely with Microsoft AI teams worldwide, as well as partners such as OpenAI.

Hoffmann is renowned for his pioneering work at Inflection and DeepMInd in London. He will be joined by a team of talented individuals based in Microsft’s Paddington office. In the upcoming weeks and months, Microsoft AI will actively recruit top-tier AI scientists and engineers to join its London Hub. The company seeks individuals who are driven by the prospect of making a profound impact at scale and fostering a culture of continuous learning and innovation.

Mustafa Suleyman, EVP and CEO of Microsoft AI expressed his pride in the decision to establish the hub in his hometown of London. He emphasized on U.K.’s commitment to advancing AI responsibly and underscored the country’s dedication to drive investment, innovation, and economic growth in the field through the official Microsoft Blog.


The announcement of the Microsoft AI Hub in London has been building upon Microsoft’s existing presence in the U.K. Microsoft already has an established Microsoft Research Cambridge Lab in there, which is renowned for its contributions to AI, cloud, and productivity research.

Moreover, the establishment of the London hub aligns with Microsoft’s recent 2.5 billion British Pound investment aimed at upskilling the U.K. workforce for the AI era. This initiative also includes plans to support the country’s AI infrastructure with Microsoft committed to deploying 20,000 of the most advanced GPUs by 2026.

The announcement has come in the wake of the creation of Microsoft AI an organization dedicated to enhancing consumer AI products and research, including Copilot. As Microsoft continues to push the boundaries of AI and extend its benefits to individuals and organizations across the U.K. The stakeholders eagerly await further updates on the progress of the Microsoft AI London Hub.


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