Tech giant Microsoft announced the Copilot system, which combines Windows OS interfaces with artificial intelligence language models.
According to the company, the tool works as an application and opens with a right-click. It will be available in built-in Windows utilities including Paint, Photos and Clipchamp.
The Bing search engine is being integrated with Sam Altman’s DALL-E 3 generative neural network from OpenAI. The utility will be able to provide personalized results by studying your browser history to select news items.
Bing will also ask users more questions when making online purchases, and then use that information to create selections.
In addition, an AI assistant will be added to the Microsoft 365 corporate service. The solution works with traditional applications Word, Excel and PowerPoint and costs $30 per month.
The language model was trained for several months together with Visa, General Motors, KPMG and Lumen Technologies.
“We are entering a new era of artificial intelligence that fundamentally changes the way we think about and benefit from technology,” Microsoft said.
In total, the Copilot update includes 150 new features.
An early version of the AI assistant will be available as a free update for Windows 11 starting September 26th. Tools for Bing, Edge and Microsoft 365 will roll out on November 11th.
Let’s remember that in March Microsoft announced Copilot AI for office applications.
In May, the corporation presented new AI functions for its services at the Build 2023 developer conference. The company talked about possible examples of using the tools.
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