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An important development for Microsoft is the integration of Bing as the default search engine in ChatGPT. This is a significant milestone as ChatGPT is currently one of the most popular generative conversational AI models in the market. However, it has faced limitations due to the absence of a real-time search engine, a gap that Bing can fill.
The inclusion of Bing will undoubtedly enhance the search engine’s popularity while also equipping ChatGPT users with new capabilities. Although it may remove some of the unique features of Bing Chat, such as web searching, this integration represents a major stride towards making assistive AI more accessible and beneficial for everyone. Furthermore, Microsoft and OpenAI, the creators of ChatGPT, are leveraging a shared platform for plugins, ensuring that both Bing Chat and ChatGPT will evolve in parallel, expanding their respective capabilities.
Windows is getting its own AI assistant called Copilot. Windows Copilot utilizes the same foundation as experiences like Bing Chat, enabling users to ask it the same types of questions. Whether you’re seeking the time in a different country or looking for answers to complex queries, Windows Copilot is there to assist you.
However, being integrated into Windows offers a plethora of additional features. For instance, Windows Copilot can be utilized to modify system settings. If you request Copilot’s assistance in focusing, it can suggest initiating a focus session and switching your PC to dark mode. You can also ask it to arrange two applications side-by-side. Furthermore, Windows Copilot can work with content in your clipboard, allowing you to rewrite copied text or share images with your contacts, among other functions.
These capabilities are truly impressive, and with the debut of Windows Copilot set for June with Windows Insiders, needless to say, we are eagerly looking forward to trying it out.
Last but not least: the Hello Microsoft Fabric, a cutting-edge application that seamlessly merges Power BI, Data Factory, and the next generation of Synapse into a unified platform. This innovative solution offers an array of powerful capabilities such as data integration, data warehousing, data science, real-time analytics, and business intelligence.
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