As the end of this first “year of AI” approaches, more and more news is appearing in the technology news.
Now, Microsoft has just announced that it is integrating Windows smart assistant Copilot into the GPT-4 Turbo and DALL-E 3.
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With these new features, Microsoft Copilot should become a “generative super AI” that produces new texts and images, the “flagships” of the language models mentioned above.
What's new in Copilot
With the new update, Copilot should be improved in the following functions:
Writing and rewriting
As mentioned above, integration with GPT-4 Turbo will give Microsoft Copilot greater ability to generate texts and rewrite articles already written.
It is worth remembering that this broad language model is used by OpenAI in ChatGPT premium, being an evolution of the old GPT-3 and GPT-3.5, which brings greater text generation capacity.
With DALL-E 3, the leading broad language model for Artificial Intelligence when it comes to imaging, Copilot will help its users create with greater ease.
According to Microsoft, this new update is bringing greater conformity between what the user asks for and what the AI produces. In other words, the images requested by users of the Windows will be more accurate.
Ability to assist with school tasks
With the arrival of the GPT-4 Turbo and DALL-E 3, Copilot also gained the Inline Compose tool, an assistant within an assistant, so to speak.
This device allows you to rewrite text in a notepad, which is ideal for generating summaries of school assignments. It’s a “hands on” for students.
Similar to Inline Compose, Code Interpreter is another assistance tool linked directly to Copilot and its component technologies.
With this tool, users will be able to learn more about programming and coding as they receive instructions on tasks in these disciplines.
Depth in internet research
The Bing search engine has been integrated into Microsoft products for some time. In fact, searches made on the internet through the Windows taskbar use this search engine.
Now, with the news involving Copilot's Artificial Intelligence, the search engine is much more efficient, using AI to carry out more precise and comprehensive searches. Take care, Google!
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