The first year of Microsoft Copilot and its impact on the industry. We’ll also explore the fascinating innovations underway, promising to redefine the AI landscape.
The year 2023 will be remembered as the dawn of the era when individuals began to harness the power of Artificial Intelligence (AI) in their daily lives. The last ten months have witnessed years of AI research, close collaborations, and groundbreaking innovations converging to empower every person and every organization on the planet to achieve more.
Microsoft initiated this journey with Bing Chat, receiving immense positive feedback. The introduction of this tool marked a shift in how people search the internet, shop, code, prepare for job interviews, enhance their gaming skills, and even create beautiful documents and images. These capabilities were integrated into various Microsoft products like Microsoft 365, Microsoft Edge, and Windows, unlocking new scenarios with greater context and intelligence.
The Advent of Microsoft Copilot
Two weeks ago, Microsoft took a significant step by unifying all its AI capabilities under one brand, one experience – Microsoft Copilot. Accessible to anyone on any device, Copilot has had an impressive impact on the industry and hundreds of millions of lives globally. As per recent surveys, Copilot for Microsoft 365 has increased productivity and speed in tasks like searching and writing.
The Future of AI with Microsoft Copilot
As Microsoft sets its sights on 2024, it remains committed to bringing more innovation and advanced capabilities to Copilot. Here are some of the incredible new features currently under testing:
Soon, Copilot will generate responses using OpenAI’s latest model, GPT-4 Turbo, enabling users to tackle more complex and extended tasks. This model is currently under testing with select users and will be integrated into Copilot in the coming weeks.
New DALL-E 3 Model
Users can create higher quality and more accurate images with Copilot using an updated DALL-E 3 model. This feature is available by visiting bing.com/create or prompting Copilot to create an image.
Inline Compose with Rewrite Menu
With Copilot, Microsoft Edge users can quickly write from most websites. Users must select the text they want to change and ask Copilot to rewrite it. This feature is expected to be available to all Edge users soon.
Microsoft is developing a new capability to enable users to perform complex tasks such as more accurate calculations, coding, data analysis, visualization, math, and more. Feedback is gathered from a select set of users, and Microsoft plans to make it widely available soon.
Coming soon to Bing, Deep Search will leverage the power of GPT-4 to deliver optimized search results for complex topics. Activating Deep Search expands search queries into comprehensive descriptions to provide more relevant results.
To give a sense of the breadth of what Copilot can do, Microsoft has created a list of some of their favorite use cases. From designing activity plans for elementary school students to creating an upper body workout routine for beginners, the versatility of Copilot is genuinely awe-inspiring.
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