Microsoft OpenAI Integration Set to Revolutionize Productivity

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Microsoft is ramping up its efforts to integrate OpenAI technology into its productivity apps, including Word, PowerPoint, and Outlook. The company is set to announce this integration in March, at least that is what recent reports suggest.  

Last week, Microsoft showcased OpenAI’s integration into the Bing search engine, demonstrating its cutting-edge AI capabilities. The company has now set its sights on taking these capabilities to the next level by integrating the technology into its productivity suite.

According to various sources, the AI integration will allow Microsoft 365 subscribers to generate text with simple prompts. Overall, it will make it easier for users to accomplish tasks quickly and efficiently. It is believed that OpenAI’s technology will help users write more accurately by suggesting alternative words and phrases as they type. However, we will have to wait to see the true capabilities of the model.

Microsoft Teams recently added an OpenAI-powered Premium tier that introduced a feature called Intelligent Recap. The new feature can generate meeting notes, highlights key points, and recommends tasks. It is speculated that a similar implementation could soon roll out to Microsoft Office apps. What’s more, the tech is also capable of writing replies or summarising email threads in Outlook.

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More details about Microsoft Edge Bing integration with OpenAI

The new Microsoft Edge browser includes a Bing sidebar integration that gives users a preview of what to expect from the AI integration. The integration lets users compose text and summarize the contents of the web pages they are visiting.

Microsoft’s latest move positions the company as a major challenger to Google’s monopoly in the AI space. Both companies are investing heavily in AI technology and trying to gain an edge over one another. While Google recently demonstrated its new AI chatbot, Bard, it didn’t quite live up to expectations. Meanwhile, Microsoft is making steady progress with its OpenAI investments and integrating the technology into its products.

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