A few weeks ago, Microsoft announced that it would merge several of its separate AI products, including Bing Chat and the AI capabilities in Microsoft 365, Microsoft Edge, and Windows into Microsoft Copilot.

The company announced yesterday that it has begun testing several new features that will soon appear in Copilot, sharing a brief preview.

Among the new and improved features, Microsoft included the new DALL-E 3 model, which allows users to create higher quality images.

Another upcoming feature in Microsoft Edge is the ability to select text on a web page and rewrite it. According to Microsoft, this feature will be available very soon.

Bing is set to introduce a Deep Search feature powered by GPT-4, aiming to refine search outcomes. This functionality involves extending initial search queries into detailed descriptions, enabling the AI to furnish more pertinent results. Additionally, Bing will incorporate upgraded image search capabilities, leveraging GPT-4’s advanced vision functionalities.

“This year will be remembered as the moment that we, as individuals, began to harness the power of AI in our daily lives. The last 10 months reflect years of AI research, close partnerships, and breakthrough innovations coming together. This culmination is now unifying our product vision to empower every person and every organization on the planet to achieve more,” Yusuf Medhi, executive vice president at Microsoft, wrote in a blog post.

The company is actively developing a code interpreter feature that empowers users to delegate
intricate tasks such as calculations, coding, data analysis, visualization, and mathematical operations. Presently, the company is in the process of collecting feedback as it prepares to launch this feature, indicating its imminent availability in the near future.

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