Microsoft has unveiled a new AI-powered assistant for its Windows PCs that is able to help users with any computing task.
Called Copilot, the new assistant can be called upon at any point to generate text, find music to help a user focus, organise different windows on screen or help with creative tasks around photos or video, the tech firm said.
Microsoft said the new app was a way of building on the various AI tools it already had in place across different apps to now “unify these capabilities into a single experience”.
The tech giant is already using OpenAI’s ChatGPT within its Bing search engine.
“With the convergence of chat interfaces and large language models you can now ask for what you want in natural language and the technology is smart enough to answer, create it or take action”
-Yusuf Mehdi, Microsoft