At the Microsoft Envision tour, CEO Satya Nadella emphasized the importance of AI, asserting its significance surpasses that of PC and mobile.
Microsoft is integrating AI, particularly the Copilot assistant, across its product range, including Windows, Office, Edge, and Windows 365.
Copilot, leveraging technologies like ChatGPT, aids users in diverse ways: from assisting developers on GitHub, managing emails in Outlook, and offering advanced content assistance in Word to generating presentations in PowerPoint.
At the Microsoft Envision tour, CEO Satya Nadella pushed heavily on AI, saying that it is bigger than PC and mobile.
This might come as no surprise as AI has always been on the centre front for a few years. Be it Microsoft, Amazon, Google or Apple, AI is the new buzzword that industry execs seem to putting everywhere.
While most organizations are using AI as just a gimmick, Microsoft has actually taken a step forward with implementing AI throughout their products. With the Windows 11 23H2 update, Microsoft is introducing Copilot, the AI-powered assistant for Windows.
Copilot has been integrated throughout Microsoft’s product portfolio, including Windows, Office, Edge and Windows 365.
The AI assistant leverages ChatGPT and other technologies to help users do more. Microsoft mentioned how Copilot integrates with GitHub, helping developers be more productive.
In his keynote address at Microsoft Envision tour, Nadella allayed fears that AI will take away the job of humans. “We have a shortage of security professionals, and we need people to become professionals to fill those gaps. On job, with Security Copilot, your learning curve gets bent – and that’s…