Microsoft is taking one small office suite near UC Berkeley, and one giant leap for AI software. The modest 27,000 square feet of space located at 1919 Shattuck Drive Avenue is highly coveted for both its proximity to the college and the rarity of available real estate in the East Bay area. Driving the decision to set up shop in locations like Silicon Valley, San Francisco, and Berkeley is what Microsoft’s CTO Kevin Scott calls their “culture of empowering others.”...
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