Microsoft touted GPT-4-powered Copilot as the most powerful productivity tool on the planet
On March 16, Microsoft announced its latest artificial intelligence (AI) integration with Microsoft 365 Copilot. With a focus on workplace productivity, Copilot combines “the power of big language models with enterprise data and Microsoft 365 apps to unleash creativity, unleash productivity, and improve skills” , according to a press release.
There are two main ways to use the GPT-4 co-driver, which is designed to act as a helper. First, it is integrated with everyday applications such as Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook and Teams for easy access by users. Second, Microsoft also launched Business Chat. It works with your Microsoft 365 apps and data, such as calendar emails, chats, documents, meetings, and contacts to improve the experience and make it easier and faster.
For example, you can use prompts like “tell your team how you updated your product strategy” and it will generate an update based on morning meetings, email and topic.
“With the new co-pilot for work, we’re giving people more self-determination and making technology more accessible through us,” Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella said in a statement. the most common interface – natural language”.
According to Microsoft, Copilot will “fundamentally transform the way we work” and turn your words into “the most powerful productivity tool on the planet”.
The release says Copilot is designed to free up space and help people better focus on current tasks. In Word, he writes, summarizes, and creates with the user. He might give you a draft to edit or use as a starting point. While Microsoft recognizes that Copilot may not always be right, it will save you time researching, writing, and editing.
In PowerPoint, you can create presentations that come to life with a single prompt, then add relevant content. In Excel, Copilot helps you create data visualizations in seconds and identify trends.
vNow emptying your inbox won’t tire you out as Copilot can do it for you in minutes and help you manage it so you can focus on communication. With Power Platform co-piloting, you can automate repetitive tasks, create chatbots, and turn an idea into a working app in minutes, according to the statement.
Microsoft is currently testing Copilot with a number of commercial customers.