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Microsoft Aims To Rule The Enterprise AI Skies With ‘Copilot’!

By TD NewsDesk

TD NewsDesk

Updated on Fri, Jan 5, 2024

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As the world bids farewell to the old calendar and embraces the new year, it’s a time for resolutions, fresh starts and perhaps a momentary pause for the tech titans, right?


In fact, as the New Year has rolled in, tech giants are kicking off with a bang, tossing surprises our way faster than the confetti settles. Here’s the latest you need to know!

To begin with, Microsoft decided it was the perfect time to launch its latest AI assistant – Copilot. Microsoft shared its excitement on saying, “We are excited to take the next step on our journey. There’s never been a better time to get started with Copilot today, whether it’s turning your ideas into songs, creating beautiful images and polished drafts to adjusting your PC settings, Copilot is your everyday AI companion for work and life.”
Yet isn't' the market full of such generative AI tools. Then why is there so much buzz around Microsoft's Copilot?
  • At first glance, Copilot might seem like the sequel to Microsoft’s Bing Chat app that made waves last year. Users can chat with it, ask questions and draft emails - it’s not much different than any other AI assistant.

  • Wait, hold onto – because under the hood, Copilot is powered by top-tier AI models! While it costs a pretty penny to access GPT-4, Microsoft’s flipping the script by offering this powerhouse AI for free. Reports say that GPT-3.5 and the supercharged GPT-4 are flexing their muscles in certain modes. Moreover, anyone with a smartphone can wield an AI assistant that’s on par with the popular ChatGPT.

  • Copilot isn’t just about knowing stuff; it’s about understanding context, acing complex chats and even whipping up hyper-realistic text and images using DALL-E 3.

Microsoft has another surprise under its wings! What is it all about?
  • Well, imagine having instant access to Copilot’s prowess, from text summarization to virtual meetings, right at your fingertips!

  • Microsoft has just announced a game-changing tweak to their Windows keyboard after nearly 30 years: the all-new "Copilot key." This button, set to roll out on certain Windows 11 PCs showcased at CES in Las Vegas, will link users directly to Microsoft’s Copilot service.

  • This addition aligns with their ambition to push AI-enabled PCs, featuring powerful chips capable of running large language models and apps without relying on the cloud. Industry experts predict this could be the magic potion for a post-pandemic PC market bounce-back, foreseeing a surge in AI-capable PCs by 2025.

  • The Copilot key is scheduled for release after February, even gracing upcoming Surface devices. Microsoft's relentless innovation seems poised to redefine how we interact with our machines.

What potential do you see in Microsoft's move to offer GPT-4 capabilities for free with Copilot? Do you think it will impact the business landscape of advanced AI tools?

Feel free to pitch in your thoughts in the comments section below!

First published on Fri, Jan 5, 2024

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