AI and ChatGPT now become so popular and in terms of competition there are several companies that are looking to take on this technology. Microsoft employed artificial intelligence to thrust Bing back into the spotlight earlier this year by introducing “Bing Chat.”
Now, the company is enhancing Bing Chat, giving it a makeover to increase its similarity to ChatGPT, and broaden its capabilities.
Copilot was initially introduced as part of Windows 11, and although it is still in the preview stage, this feature brings a GPT-powered AI chatbot to computers.
Copilot for Microsoft Applications
The company also confirmed that it is enhancing Copilot for Microsoft 365 by introducing more personalization options.
In Teams, Copilot is set to get a handy new feature next year – the ability to take notes during meetings. Users can even instruct the assistant to include specific information, ensuring their co-worker’s comments make it into the meeting notes with a simple command like “Quote [co-worker’s name].” Copilot can assist on the fly during meetings without transcribing and organize Teams discussions on the Whiteboard for everyone to access. In Teams channels, Copilot becomes a useful tool for summarising lengthy posts or highlighting key events throughout the day.