Meet Copilot, Microsoft’s AI tool for work and productivity

Meet Copilot, Microsoft’s AI tool for work and productivity
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Meet Copilot, Microsoft’s AI tool for work and productivity

Microsoft 365 apps now have an AI assistant that is lightyears forward of Clippy.

On Thursday, Microsoft announced Microsoft 365 Copilot, a software that mixes massive language fashions (LLMs) with 365 apps and Microsoft Graph’s user information right into a productiveness beast. Copilot works within Microsoft 365’s app ecosystem which incorporates Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, Excel, Outlook, and Teams. As Microsoft confirmed us in the announcement, it could generate concepts, build reviews and paperwork in Word and PowerPoint by pulling information out of your calendar, emails, and call lists. In Outlook, Copilot can compose and refine emails, and in Teams, it could summarize conversations and determine duties and assignments. Copilot may even transcribe live conferences and create notes and summaries.

Copilot working in Microsoft Word

Copilot can pull information from different Microsoft apps to generate textual content in Word.
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Microsoft also announced a brand new software called Business Chat, which is so much like Bing Chat or ChatGPT however works for you like an AI executive assistant. Like Copilot, Business Chat pulls information from your corporation information and apps, however can also be accessed by Bing or in addition to Teams by your work account.

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Copilot is presently being examined with a small group of shoppers and will probably be accessible to Microsoft365 apps in the approaching months. Microsoft did not share licensing and pricing information but, however said that might come quickly.

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