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May 27, 2023

Create Your Own ‘Copilot’ with Microsoft’s Azure AI Studio

Microsoft Build 2023 conference is in full swing and the first day of this annual event was all about artificial intelligence (AI). This thematic focus reflects the company’s ambition to continually push the boundaries of technology, and AI seems to be the key to the future of innovation in this regard.

During the opening keynote, CEO Satya Nadella spoke highly of the potential of generative AI. He highlighted the potential of this technology to generate autonomous and creative solutions that not only address current problems, but also anticipate future challenges and opportunities.

Copilot for Windows 11

In line with this vision, Nadella announced the arrival of several new products, including Copilot for Windows 11. Copilot, powered by AI, is designed to learn from the user’s habits and preferences and provides contextual help while working on the Windows 11 operating system. It promises to deliver a seamless and personalized user experience that increases productivity and transforms operating system interaction.

Azure AI Studio

Another big announcement was the launch of Azure AI Studio. This new service provides businesses and developers with the tools to create a personalized AI chat assistant. With Azure AI Studio, companies can integrate the Azure OpenAI service with their own data, allowing them to build chat assistants or apps tailored to their specific needs and context.

“We are excited to share our new Azure AI Studio. With just a few clicks, developers can now base powerful conversational AI models, such as OpenAI’s ChatGPT and GPT-4, on their own data,” Microsoft said in an official blog post.

With these new capabilities, companies can use the Azure OpenAI Service to discover a wealth of information hidden in their own data – from texts to images – by using natural language-based app interfaces. These innovations will enable employees, customers and partners to intuitively and efficiently navigate the vast amounts of data that modern organizations face.

Source: Microsoft

All in all, the announcements of the first day of the Microsoft Build 2023 conference underscored the company’s commitment to the ongoing development of AI and its ambition to make these technologies available to a wide range of industries and users.

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