Microsoft announces new Copilot features, AI assistant to get OpenAI’s GPT-4 Turbo model

Microsoft has refined its AI-powered offerings over the past year, integrating artificial intelligence tools into Bing Search, Windows and its Office 365 suite of services that includes Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Teams. The company recently announced That it was unifying its AI services under a single umbrella, including the Bing Chat AI chatbot Microsoft Copilot, Microsoft has now revealed several new features coming to Copilot in 2024.

In its blog As Copilot completes one year, Microsoft said it plans to add advanced capabilities to the AI ​​companion in the coming weeks. CoPilot will soon be powered by OpenAI’s latest model, GPT-4 Turbo, which will enable it to perform more complex and longer tasks. The Windows maker said the model is currently under testing with select users and will be integrated into Copilot services in the coming weeks. This means that the Copilot AI companion (formerly Bing Chat) on the web, Windows, and other Microsoft services will run on GPT-4 Turbo.

Additionally, CoPilot is also getting the new DALL-E 3 model for image generation, which will allow it to create richer images that better reflect the user’s gestures. Advanced image generation capabilities have been rolled out and can be accessed by visiting bing.com/create Or asking the copilot to create an image.

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Updated DALL-E 3 model can produce richer, more accurate images
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Microsoft also announced that Edge users will soon be able to type text on web pages. With Inline Compose with Rewrite menu, users can select a block of text on any website and ask Copilot to rewrite it. The company is also expanding visual search capabilities by combining GPT-4 with Bing Image Search and Vision with web search data. This new capability, called Multi-Model with Search Grounding, will facilitate better image understanding for user queries and will be available soon.

Finally, the company is developing a code interpreter feature and a deep search tool for Bing. Microsoft claimed that the former would be able to perform more accurate calculations, coding, data analysis, visualization, mathematics, and more. The company is currently gathering feedback on the code interpreter and intends to launch it widely soon.

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Deeper search option will give more comprehensive results
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Deep Search, on the other hand, will provide customized search results in Bing for complex topics. Available as a button next to the Bing search bar, the tool will bring up more relevant search results by expanding queries into more comprehensive details.

Last month, Microsoft announced that its AI assistant Copilot, which is already available on Windows 11, will be coming to Windows 10. The tech giant also launched its own custom-designed AI computing chips, Maia and Cobalt, at its Ignite developer conference in November.

Microsoft CoPilot was first integrated with Windows 11 as part of an update in September. The update also brought AI features to the Paint and Snipping tools.


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