Microsoft just announced that its chatbot Copilot AI is integrated with the latest OpenAI model, GPT-4 Turboand an image generator FROM-E 3, which also received some improvements. This step should significantly improve the overall functionality of the service.
GPT-4 Turbo integration will enable Copilot users solve complex tasks, which previous iterations of the software would not be sufficient for. The previous generation allowed only 50 pages of text to be used as input data, while GPT-4 Turbo accepts up to 300 pages. So users should get more meaningful answers to your questions. The integration is currently being tested by select users, with wider availability expected in the next few weeks.
It is also available integration with the latest AI model DALL-E 3. Tento chatbot generates higher quality images than ever before, and more importantly, with greater attention to accuracy. In other words, the image should better match the assignment. This tool is already available to Copilot users (available here).
New Copilot will also offer text transcription function. The Inline Compose tool now allows you to select a block of text and then bot it overwrites. This tool will be rolling out to all Edge users in the near future.
A set of functions called Code Interpreter. It allows users to perform complex tasks, such as data analysis, visualization, mathematical problems or coding. Code Interpreter is currently in beta, but a wider release is planned soon.
It will also receive an upgrade Bing searchwhich will now enable extended search queries on complex topics with optimized results.