Microsoft’s AI assistant, Copilot, is set to receive significant enhancements, incorporating the cutting-edge GPT-4 Turbo neural network and the updated DALL-E 3 model. These innovations aim to elevate Copilot’s capabilities, enabling it to provide more comprehensive and precise assistance to users.
Copilot is gearing up to harness the power of OpenAI’s latest GPT-4 Turbo model, promising an expanded context window of up to 128K characters. This advancement will enable Copilot to better comprehend queries and deliver more refined responses. Yusuf Medhi, Microsoft’s director of consumer marketing, confirmed ongoing user testing and imminent integration of this model into Copilot.
DALL-E 3 Integration for Enhanced Creativity
Microsoft has already integrated the updated DALL-E 3 model into Bing Image Creator and Copilot. This enhancement allows users to generate higher-quality and more tailored images, enhancing the utility of Copilot in content creation.
Code Interpreter and Microsoft Edge Integration
Developers will soon benefit from Copilot’s upcoming code interpreter feature, facilitating accurate calculations, data analysis, and code generation within the AI chatbot. Additionally, Microsoft Edge, equipped with the Copilot sidebar, now offers real-time sentence rewriting and note-taking capabilities while watching YouTube videos, adds NIX Solutions.
Deep Search Integration in Bing
Microsoft’s Bing search engine will embrace the “Deep Search” function, leveraging GPT-4’s prowess to deliver refined and contextually rich search results. This enhancement aims to provide users with more relevant information and comprehensive descriptions for complex topics.