A new AI-powered “Copilot” comes to Microsoft 365’s Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Teams

Microsoft has announced a new AI-powered "Copilot" feature for Microsoft 365's Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Teams applications. All of these programs will use Copilot for intelligent content generation. On March 16, the company hosted the "The Future of Work with AI" event, where all the announcements were made.

The Bing chatbot is actually based on the GPT-4 language model

Recently, OpenAI revealed a new language model GPT-4, which is superior to GPT-3.5 in many ways.  It can solve complex tasks thanks to more careful training. Duolingo, Stripe, Khan Academy and other companies are working on integrating GPT-4 into their products. Microsoft has also confirmed that their Bing chatbot is based on the GPT-4 model.

The new ChatGPT-4 model will be introduced this week

Microsoft Germany CTO Andreas Braun announced during the AI ​​in Focus - Digital Kickoff event that the latest GPT-4 language model will be unveiled this week. It will not only be more powerful than the current version of GPT-3.5 used in ChatGPT, but will also receive a number of new features, including the ability to generate video. It will have "multimodal models" that allow for more types of content generation.

Winamp relaunches as on March 15 as a Streaming Service with Music Subscriptions

Llama Group (formerly Radionomy Group) is relaunching the Winamp project on March 15 as a streaming service with musician subscriptions. The company is expecting to attract 1 million musicians to the platform. The key highlights are as follows.

The AI-powered Bing comes to Skype and Edge on mobile, adds voice input support

Microsoft has released preview versions of the Bing and Edge apps that support the recently launched ChatGPT-based Bing chatbot for Android and iOS. The company notes that 64% of search queries are on smartphones, so they consider it a very important release.

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