Microsoft updates Copilot using DALL-E 3 and GPT-4 Turbo from OpenAI

Microsoft updates Copilot using DALL-E 3 and GPT-4 Turbo from OpenAI

There’s still plenty of time for further AI news as the year draws to an end. Recent announcements from Microsoft include the integration of their Copilot AI chatbot with the picture generator DALL-E 3 and OpenAI’s most recent model, GPT-4 Turbo. Just in time for the service’s birthday and one-year anniversary, this should significantly enhance its general utility. Did AI chatbots ever celebrate birthdays?

First up, you’ll find the most recent and advanced large language model from OpenAI. The integration of GPT-4 Turbo with Copilot will enable users to take on challenging tasks that would drive prior versions of the software insane. GPT-4 Turbo supports up to 300 pages of text as input, compared to the previous generation’s mere 50 pages. Ultimately, this leads to more insightful answers to questions. A limited number of users are now testing the integration; in the next weeks, it will be made available to more people.

Integration with the most recent DALL-E 3 Model is also available. More importantly, this chatbot produces photos with a higher level of accuracy than it has in the past. Stated otherwise, the image should, for the most part, match to the issue. Users of Copilot already have access to this tool.

More features will soon be available at a Copilot near you. With the new rewrite menu in the Inline Compose tool, you may choose an area of text and have the bot rewrite it for you. Schools shouldn’t have any issues at all with this (that was sarcasm). All Edge users will soon have access to this tool.

A brand-new feature set called Code Interpreter shows appreciation for programmers as well. Although Microsoft is keeping quiet about specifics, they do suggest that users would be able to do sophisticated activities like “data analysis, visualisation, math,” and of course, coding for garden variety. Currently in beta testing, Code Interpreter will soon be widely available.

Finally, GPT-4 will be used to enhance Bing search. This ought to enable more comprehensive search queries with optimal outcomes for intricate subjects. Microsoft provided instructions on how to use this update in a blog post. To put it briefly, it automatically files away unnecessary data and simultaneously looks for several other query variants.

Topics #copilot #DALL-E 3 #GPT-4 Turbo #Microsoft #OpenAI

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