Microsoft AI Copilot is now available for general audiences by releasing a new public version with AI capabilities. Previously, the tech giant introduced its AI-powered chatbot Bing Chat in February this year. And, now Microsoft has decided to combine both the regular Bing Chat and Bing Chat Enterprise as “Copilot”.
This new collaboration of generative AI services from Microsoft has paved the path for a complete launch of the AI chatbot with more efficiency. As the Copilot has now launched fully with a public release version, the general public along with executive organizations can make use of this tool.
Microsoft AI Copilot Chatbot was Released as a General Version after being in Preview Stages for Months
The Corporate Vice President at Microsoft, Jordi Ribas has officially announced this new change and answered protection-related queries. Jordi states that the new Copilot will have a commercial data protection system with more eligibility licenses to Microsoft 365.
I’m excited to announce that Copilot (formerly Bing Chat) has moved out of public preview and is now generally available, expanding access to better answers, new efficiency, and instant creativity
says Jordi Ribas while announcing the update on X.
However, the company will still bring updates to the preview version of the copilot to launch new features. The supporting of the preview version of the Copilot helps in taking feedback from the users and improving the existing drawbacks of the tool. The AI-powered chatbot tool from Microsoft has a wide range of language support.
Currently, the Copilot AI-powered chat program includes English (US, GB, AU, CA, IN). Spanish (ES, MX), Japanese, French (FR, CA), German, Portuguese (BR), Italian, and Chinese Simplified.
Furthermore, Microsoft has planned to bring support for languages like Arabic, Chinese Traditional, Czech, and Danish. Dutch, Finnish, Hebrew, Hungarian, Korean, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese (PT), Russian, Swedish, Thai, Turkish, and Ukrainian.
This new update with the copilot iterates as the tool is powered by GPT-4. The tool takes full advantage of the Chatbot. Unlike the OpenAI chatbot which had restrictions with the data being shared to a different. But now this situation has changed as the tool will be up-to-date.
On the other hand, enterprise or commercial users can obtain commercial data with protection without any additional charges. This makes the engine store the responses given and helps in providing accurate and quick answers. A few of the best Copilot use case scenarios include drafting an email, summarising PDFs and articles, and generating images with DALL-E 3.