Microsoft Unveils Enhanced Features for Copilot AI Assistant, Incorporating OpenAI’s GPT-4 Turbo Model


In the past year, Microsoft has been refining its array of AI-driven services, seamlessly integrating artificial intelligence tools into Bing Search, Windows, and the Office 365 suite, encompassing popular applications such as Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Teams. The tech giant recently made a significant move by consolidating its AI services, including the Bing Chat AI chatbot, under the unified umbrella of Microsoft Copilot. Now, Microsoft has announced a series of upcoming features for Copilot set to be unveiled in 2024.

In a blog post commemorating Copilot’s first year, Microsoft outlined plans to augment the AI companion with advanced capabilities in the coming weeks. Notably, Copilot is set to be powered by OpenAI’s cutting-edge GPT-4 Turbo model, currently undergoing testing with select users and poised to be integrated across Copilot services shortly. This transformative upgrade will empower Copilot to handle more intricate and lengthy tasks across various platforms, including the Copilot AI companion (formerly Bing Chat) on the web, Windows, and other Microsoft services.

Expanding Copilot’s capabilities further, Microsoft announced the incorporation of the new DALL-E 3 model for image generation. This enhancement enables Copilot to create visually richer images aligned with user prompts. The upgraded image generation functionality has already been deployed and can be accessed either through or by instructing Copilot to generate an image.

In addition to these enhancements, Microsoft disclosed upcoming features for Copilot users. Edge users, for instance, will soon have the ability to generate text based on web pages using the Inline Compose with rewrite menu. This feature allows users to select a block of text on any website and request Copilot to rewrite it. Moreover, Microsoft is integrating GPT-4 with vision in the Bing image search and web search data to enhance visual search capabilities through a feature called Multi-Modal with Search Grounding, promising improved image understanding for user queries.

Furthermore, Microsoft is developing a Code Interpreter feature and a Deep Search tool for Bing. The Code Interpreter is designed to perform accurate calculations, coding, data analysis, visualization, math, and more, with plans to roll out widely based on user feedback. The Deep Search tool, accessible as a button next to the Bing Search bar, aims to deliver optimized search results for complex topics by expanding queries into more comprehensive descriptions.

This comprehensive update follows Microsoft’s recent announcement that Copilot, initially available on Windows 11, will soon be accessible on Windows 10. Additionally, Microsoft introduced its proprietary AI computing chips, Maia and Cobalt, at the Ignite developer conference in November, showcasing the company’s commitment to advancing AI capabilities. Copilot was first integrated with Windows 11 in a September update, introducing AI features to Paint and Snipping Tool.

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