Recently, Microsoft unveiled its plan to unify a host of its AI-based products, including Bing Chat, Microsoft 365 with AI integration, Microsoft Edge, and Windows. The combined project – Microsoft Copilot – is predicted to introduce a whole new holistic user experience.
Giving a sneak peek into the precocious offerings, Microsoft has said in the latest announcement that the intelligent Copilot will be powered by OpenAI’s latest and more advanced Natural Language Processing Model GPT-4 Turbo. Consequently, it will be able to undertake significantly more complicated and lengthy tasks.
Revealing image generation capabilities, the tech giant also announced that the Copilot will soon support the new DALL-E 3 model. With simple queries, users can generate AI images using this tool in its latest iteration. The proposed model is currently in the trial version, and select users will have the ability to access these features integrated across the Copilot tool.
In line with its AI adoption policies, Microsoft also announced that the Edge users will be able to compile text depending on the provided web pages. Moreover, thanks to the proposed fusion of GPT-4 and Bing image search, this soon-to-be-released “Multi-Modal” tool will undoubtedly come with better image understanding capabilities.
These innovations have been unveiled on the heels of the tech giant announcing in November that the AI-powered Copilot would be accessible on both Windows 10 and Windows 11 in an attempt to attract an even more comprehensive array of users. Not to mention that Copilot was integrated with Windows for the first time back in the September update, introducing AI features to the Paint and Snipping tool.