Microsoft 365. Microsoft may provide Office users a way to write text for projects by incorporating AI technology from OpenAI into its apps. AI has become more prevalent in creative fields over time, with tools like Stable Diffusion creating artworks from simple prompts. It now seems that Microsoft is considering using that same technology to help its customers put words on a page or a presentation. According to a source with direct knowledge of Microsoft's plans speaking to The Information, Microsoft wants to incorporate artificial intelligence created by OpenAI into Word, Outlook, Powerpoint, and other apps. To users, this will give them the ability to flesh out a document with stretches of automatically-generated text, all based on a prompt. This can also include an AI-generated email composed for the user, depending on what they want to communicate to the recipient. It has been a years-long effort after Microsoft invested $1 billion in OpenAI in 2019 to work on new technologies for its products. Since then, little information has been released, though, in 2022, Microsoft released the coding-assistance tool, Copilot. On Tuesday, it was reported that Microsoft could use ChatGPT from OpenAI to provide natural language search results in Bing instead of a list of links. Future plans, according to current and former Microsoft employees, can include integrating the same sort of tools into the Office productivity suite, known now as Microsoft 365 . […]
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