Word, PowerPoint, Excel, Outlook, and Teams are just a few of the well-known and often used programs that Microsoft has integrated artificial intelligence (AI) capabilities into. Microsoft has also announced the release of Microsoft 365 Copilot. Microsoft 365 users will soon be able to employ what the firm is dubbing an AI "Co-pilot," according to a statement released by the business on Thursday (Local Time).
According to Microsoft, the new Copilot will enable users to unlock productivity, unleash creativity, and level up their talents. "Unlock a new wave of productivity growth with a powerful Copilot designed to remove the drudgery from a daily chore at work to rediscover the joy of creativity," CEO Satya Nadella stated when presenting the company's newest product. Users will find it easier to work on the applications because of the ChatGPT-like AI characteristics. With data from the Microsoft Graph, which combines calendars, emails, chats, papers, meetings, and more to produce a thorough output, users may operate more productively and effectively.
Discover a new way of working with Microsoft 365 Copilot—next-generation AI capabilities embedded in the Microsoft 365 apps you use every day. Learn more: https://t.co/fqTtN1tRVQ pic.twitter.com/gNjCQfGkdz— Microsoft 365 (@Microsoft365) March 16, 2023
“Today marks the next important step in the evolution of how we engage with computing, which will profoundly change the way we work and enable a new wave of productivity growth," Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella wrote in a blog. With our new copilot for work, we give users more control over their experience with technology and increase accessibility with the most pervasive interface available: natural language. In a blog post, Microsoft stated that it is presently testing Microsoft 365 Copilot with 20 customers, eight of which are Fortune 500 companies. In the upcoming months, the business intends to make the previews available to more clients.