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According to Bloomberg, Microsoft Corp. has revealed that its AI assistant for Windows will begin rolling out on September 26, while the Office AI app will be generally available on November 1. This development shows Microsoft’s growing incorporation of generative AI into its product offerings.
Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella announced during a New York event that Microsoft’s Copilot-branded AI assistants will provide a consistent experience across many operating systems, applications, and devices. Microsoft demonstrated how a user may ask Copilot to identify a flight booking from their text messages, as an example.
“We’ve seen that the most magical and empowering moments people have had with AI have occurred when it is informed with context that extends far beyond what is in front of them.” “What we think of today as separate categories — search, productivity, operating systems, devices — must all come together and evolve,” Nadella added.
Microsoft AI Evolution and Integration
According to the article, the Office product, which was released in March, has been tested with about 600 clients and will be priced at $30 per user each month in addition to the existing rates for most commercial customers. Employees may use both web-based data and internal corporate data for activities like spreadsheet analysis, presentation production, and projecting future business difficulties with this tool.
Microsoft launched the Windows product in May, which can be accessed by a taskbar button on a PC screen, bringing up a side panel for consumers to use as an assistant. This tool makes it easier to perform operations such as copying and pasting text, rewriting, summarising, and explaining material, among others. Windows users may pose questions to Copilot in the same manner that they interact with the Bing AI conversation.