Hello again, tech trailblazers and Salesforce enthusiasts! The curtains may have drawn on the second day of Dreamforce 2023, but the echoes of its highlights resonate strongly. With the inaugural day laying a solid foundation, Day 2 built upon it with its own set of groundbreaking announcements. Guided by the insights of our CEO, Shoaib Chaudary, let’s rewind and explore the marvels that unfolded on this remarkable day.
Trust is the cornerstone of any technological advancement, and AI is no exception. Salesforce, in collaboration with industry giants like IBM and Cohere, has taken a commendable step forward. Partnering with the White House, these tech leaders are on a mission to ensure the development of AI technologies is safe, secure, and transparent. The goal is clear: responsible AI that benefits all.
Salesforce is once again at the forefront of innovation, this time with a focus on sustainability. The introduction of Einstein generative AI to the NetZero Cloud is a game-changer. Companies can now efficiently manage their environmental footprint and monitor their journey to achieving net zero. It’s a testament to Salesforce commitment to a greener future.
Day 2 of Dreamforce 2023 also marked the announcement of the first six recipients of the Salesforce Accelerator – AI for Impact initiative. This philanthropic endeavor is designed to bridge the gap between technology and Nonprofit organizations. By providing equitable access to AI technologies, Salesforce aims to amplify the impact these organizations can make in the world.
Read more: Salesforce Accelerator Selects 6 Nonprofits Using AI for Impact – Salesforce News
During the opening keynote, Slack CEO, Lidiane Jones shared all the innovations in Slack AI and how users will be able to use these powerful new tools to make their work more (intelligently!) productive. Here’s everything you need to know about Slack’s new AI and automation features!
The atmosphere at Chase Center was electric as thousands of Dreamforce attendees gathered for the much-anticipated Dreamfest benefit concert. The Foo Fighters took the stage, delivering a performance that left the audience in awe. But it wasn’t just about the music; the event had a noble cause at its heart. An astounding $100 million was raised, all of which will benefit the UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospital. This memorable night was the perfect conclusion to an exhilarating second day of the Dreamforce, which saw a blend of tech discussions, celebrity appearances, and political insights.
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As the sun sets on Day 2 of Dreamforce 2023, it’s evident that the future of technology is not just about innovation, but also about responsibility, collaboration, and impact. From the strides in ethical AI to the green initiatives and philanthropic endeavors, Salesforce continues to pave the way for a more inclusive and sustainable tech landscape
Stay tuned for more updates and recaps from Dreamforce 2023. Your journey with Plumlogix is just the beginning, and we’re thrilled to be your guide through this grand Salesforce saga.
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