Microsoft Generative AI Business Assistant Copilot It will debut to millions of enterprise customers on Wednesday. There are chief information officers across the country Strengthen training ready for Microsoft 365 products According to the Wall Street Journal, the launch could also mean changing your office space.
Microsoft 365 Copilot uses generative AI to complete all the tasks you need from a helpful intern. the instrument Summarizes long emails, drafts responses, and converts Word documents into PowerPoint presentations Copilot attends a meeting for you, summarizes the topics discussed, logs attendance and highlights any action items for you. The product will launch tomorrow to more than 1 million US companies that use Microsoft 365.
If you still don’t know how to use Copilot, you can always ask Microsoft 365 Chat, a chatbot Generative AI for ChatGPT. Chatbot can scan all applications in your Microsoft suite to gather information in addition to ChatGPT’s general ability to scrape data from the Internet. If you’re away from home for a week, you can ask Microsoft 365 chat, “Did anything happen with our customer Gizmodo last week?” Copilot summarizes all relevant signals from your company’s emails, calendars, documents and presentations
Assistant launched last month to select users, but this broader rollout will reach a much larger portion of Microsoft’s user base. ChatGPT’s integration into Office products is an important part of Microsoft’s product offering Millardendale With Open AI, this could be one of the most widespread applications of ChatGPT in everyday life.
Microsoft Copilot, with all its features, is not free. Enterprise customers pay $30 per user per month.
Older Microsoft users may remember Clippy, Personal paper clip The digital assistant for Microsoft Office was launched in 1997. Clippy, a beloved figure in early computer technology, was forced out of office in 2007, to the dismay of those who loved him.