Microsoft is considering adding ChatGPT capabilities to several of its products such as Office. Indeed, now that the partnership between the Redmond giant and OpenAI, the company responsible for ChatGPT, is official, we can count on its capabilities reaching Word, Excell, PowerPoint and Outlook, for example.
The information was advanced recently, still in the aftermath of the revelation of the new Bing search engine, already endowed with expanded search capabilities powered by AI.
Now, reaping the capabilities and fruits of the OpenAI artificial intelligence language and the Prometheus Model, we have more news in the coming weeks.
From Word to Excell and Outlook, ChatGPT in Microsoft products
According to the recent piece by TheVerge publication, Microsoft points to the month of March, already predicting a new event to present news.
This fact demonstrates the importance of this technology, which has suddenly become a top priority for Google, Microsoft and any Big Tech worth its salt. The goal? Ensure the presence and dominance of the new variable in the market, the ChatGPT.
We recall, by the way, the recent presentation not only of Microsoft’s Bing, but of Google’s Bard. This was Mountain View technology’s response to the popularity and need to include AI in its product portfolio.
Synthesize incoming emails and prepare responses with OpenAI AI
We are thus witnessing an authentic race to implement the new technology in the various existing products of both companies. We will have easier ways to search and find content and information. AI will also be able to help us with more advanced tasks such as word processing, language and other tasks.
Still depending on the source, ChatGPT can help us write responses to emails, summarize the content received, as well as our responses in order to find a better wording.
Its capabilities will be demonstrated very soon, promises Microsoft, which will be perfecting the AI language.
New to be presented in March by Microsoft
The company will also be trying to understand how they can train their AI models based on information shared by users, but without confronting it with that of other users. That is, a local processing and learning for text and language processing models.
Finally, Microsoft will also bring this AI experience to several of its enterprise solutions. By the way, we remember the recent presentation of your Viva Sales that uses the Azure Open AI service, as well as ChatGPT.
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