As 2023 comes to a close, Microsoft has yet to make another huge announcement regarding their latest AI technology Copilot. The AI assistant that is currently incorporated with Windows 11 is said to get more advanced as new robust features like text and image generation are to be added to the technology. The news regarding the update was announced by Microsoft through a press release on Tuesday.
The Copilot Integration With GPT-4 And Dall-E 3
As per available information, Windows 11 will be integrated with GPT-4, one of the latest Al models by OpenAlm in the coming weeks. GPT-4 is also the creation of the same team behind the development of ChatGPT that has created a revolution in the field of AI assistance.
Along with the addition of GPT-4, the Microsoft operating system will also be added with a text-to-image generator named Dall-E 3. The addition of both these AI models to the operating system is expected to improve and enhance the whole user experience and also to generate more robust text and images with minimal errors.
The year 2023 has been a great year for AI technology and Microsoft has been a leading player in the field after they decided to increase their investment in developing and improving AI assistance technology through OpenAI. OpenAI took the field of AI by storm by developing and releasing their highly anticipated tooChatGPT last year.
The technology was instantly popular with its ability to deliver the best answers to any queries with minimal error and high quality. The technology became more popular and with the investment made by Microsoft into OpenAI, ChatGPT was incorporated into Bing. The addition of the technology to Microsoft’s browser gave a serious threat to tech giants like Google, forcing them to come up with their counter-tech much more quickly.
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As a response to ChatGPT, Google developed and introduced their AI chatbot which is named Bard. Even though the announcement has been made, Bard has not yet been fully functional and experiments of AI answering the search questions are ongoing in Google.
Even though the introduction of ChatGPT into Bing was a serious and successful move, Microsoft was not ready to stop yet. The company wanted to ensure its upper hand in the field of AI and that’s what brought generative tech into Windows through the tool called Copilot. Copilot is yet another AI assistant and is said to carry out different tasks effectively to improve the experience of the user and also to make things easy for them. Among different functions, writing emails and even summarizing any document or articles are some of the functions that Copilot carries out.
New Updates And Enhancements Are Yet To Come For Bing!
With the changes announced for Windows 11, there are more updates and enhancements expected in Bing too. According to different sources, the new update of Bing is said to bring into place a ‘Deep Search’ feature. With the addition of this feature, Bing will be able to interpret your question at a much deeper level and deliver you optimized results for complex topics. The questions will be analyzed by Bin deeper to figure out whether or not you need in-depth information on the question.
Also, according to the statement from Microsoft, as the results are obtained as a result of a deep search, the time taken to deliver the complete result can take as long as 309 seconds. So, it is advisable to use it if you have complex questions or queries. The developers of the technology also state that Deep Search will also provide a better service when it comes to ranking a website and filtering the information by analyzing it deeply, based on its usefulness and also its trustworthiness.
Even amidst the popularity and success that it has in the field of AI, OpenAI has been struggling for the past few weeks due to a few internal issues. The problems regarding the leadership of the company have been forced to push a few events further but based on the recent information, everything seems to be going well and official circles of the company confirm that Sam Altman is back as the CEO of the company.
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Currently, Mira Murati is assigned as the CTO of the company, and Greg Brockman is the president of the company. Among the different new updates shared by the company, it has also mentioned its plans to form an initial board where Microsoft, which is one of the biggest investors of OpenAI, will be included as a non-voting observer.