Microsoft has released an AI “work co-pilot” that can write emails for you and catch up on skipped meetings.
The tech giant brought Chat GPT– Assistant for all Office applications including Word, Teams and Outlook.
A recorded video showed the bot summing up the call, taking notes during the meeting and answering questions about what people said during the meeting.
More specific requests also include creating a PowerPoint presentation based on information in another document, drafting an event invitation email, or analyzing large amounts of data in an Excel spreadsheet.
Copilot will also exist in a dedicated Teams chat, where users can ask more general work questions, such as wrapping up a set of emails, or start writing a project plan.
“It’s going to change the way we work as we know it,” executive Jared Spataro said.
These announcements are made by Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella.
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Take “Appropriate Mitigation Actions” if something goes wrong with the AI
Microsoft said the new features would be rolled out to a limited number of customers initially, and acknowledged that Copilot can make mistakes — and those AI models, it turns out, are prone to mistakes.
They are called large language models because they are trained on large amounts of text data to understand and generate human-like responses.
It turns out they have a hard time telling right from wrong, but they tend to respond with equal confidence either way.
Microsoft says Copilot has been tested extensively and will be continuously monitored and improved during its rollout.
Jamie Teevan, the company’s chief scientist, insisted: “When the system is wrong, biased or abused, we will take mitigation measures.”
AI arms race heats up
Previously, Microsoft made a billion-dollar investment in OpenAI, the creator of ChatGPT, Its latest GPT-4 model already Added to the company’s new look Bing search engine.
Bing’s chatbot was briefly restricted last month after reports it was feeding users some highly suspicious replies and answers, Including complaining about negative press coverage about yourself.
Earlier this week, competitors Google Says it will bring its own generative artificial intelligence to workplace apps like Gmail.
The search giant recently revealed its answer to ChatGPT, A robot named Bard.
Chinese investment in artificial intelligence is also soaring, with Google-like search company Baidu showing off its own in China last night An assistant similar to ChatGPT is called Ernie.
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