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Microsoft integrates artificial intelligence into Word, Excel, PowerPoint with Copilot assistant

Microsoft advertisement Thursday that will apply artificial intelligence technology ChatGPT to its iconic programs Excel, Word and Outlook.

The Redmond, Wash., Giant has rapidly embraced language-based artificial intelligence (AI), showing less caution than its rivals despite teething problems like chatbots giving disturbing answers or grossly inaccurate information.

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The latest chatbot Microsoftcalled Copilotwill bring ChatGPT-like capabilities into offices, producing meeting transcripts, calendar entries, or PowerPoint slides almost instantly.

The central idea of ​​the new version is that generative AI, the term for ChatGPT-style capabilities, works as an assistant for users of popular workplace software from Microsoft and don’t unilaterally take over office tasks.

You could say that we have been using AI on autopilot and with this next generation of AI we are moving from autopilot to co-pilot.said Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella at a virtual launch event.

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Microsoft is investing billions of dollars in OpenAIthe company that is building the technology that powers ChatGPT and which released its latest version, GPT-4, on Tuesday.

This technology, which according to OpenAI can be driven by both images and textis already the basis of a chatbot on Microsoft’s Bing search engine, which has grown in number of users thanks to the adoption of AI.

Other tech giants have taken a more cautious approach to generative AI.

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Google’s cloud computing arm announced this week that it will provide ways to “infuse generative AI” in applications or put them to work on the Internet titan’s own platform.

Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg said last month that the parent company of Facebook and Instagram drives a number of products to find ways to “speed up” your AI work.

Source: Elcomercio

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