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Microsoft promises GPT-4 Turbo & Dall-E 3-powered responses, Code Interpreter, and more for Copilot

Copilot-assisted search in Microsoft Edge 119.0.2151.97 (Source: Own)
Copilot-assisted search in Microsoft Edge 119.0.2151.97 (Source: Own)
With Copilot's first anniversary, Microsoft unveils exciting plans for the future of the AI assistant. Soon, Copilot will answer with the help of GPT-4 Turbo and an updated Dall-E 3 model, Edge users will get a rewrite menu, and the new Code Interpreter will run data analysis and visualization tasks, perform calculations, write code, and more.

Yesterday, Satya Nadella shared on LinkedIn a post from The Official Microsoft Blog regarding the future of Copilot, the AI-driven virtual assistant that has just turned one-year-old (those who want to know more about it can get this recently released book, namely "A Beginers Guide: An Introduction and overview of Co-Pilot" by John Pagett on Kindle). After describing the first year of this new product as astounding, Nadella added "we're not done" and highlighted a few of the upcoming changes, such as responses powered by GPT-4 Turbo and Dall-E 3, an advanced Code Interpreter tool, and more.

The aforementioned blog post was published on December 5th by Yusuf Medhi, Microsoft's Executive Vice President and Consumer Chief Marketing Officer. These are the highlights he mentioned in his article:

  • GPT-4 Turbo responses that are better than before, answering more complex and longer questions. This is currently being tested and will be integrated for everyone in the coming weeks.
  • A new Dall-E 3 model that can provide better AI-generated images.
  • Inline Compose with rewrite menu for Microsoft Edge users, who can just grab content from any website and ask Copilot to rewrite it. "Coming soon" but without a launch date yet.
  • Multi-Modal with Search Grounding, bringing together GPT-4 and Bing image/web search for "better image understanding for your queries," also to arrive shortly, most likely in the first months of 2024.
  • Code Interpreter, a feature that allows the virtual assistant to handle advanced calculations, data analysis, visualisation, and even coding tasks. Currently undergoing testing, to be widely available soon.
  • Deep Search, coming soon to Bing. As its name says, it will use the power of AI to provide better results when facing complex queries.

These being said, remains to see what 2024 has in store for Microsoft's Copilot. While closely integrated with Microsoft Edge and Bing, Copilot also has to deal with the low market share of these products, which currently hovers around 10%. This number applies to both the browser and search engine (on desktops, with lower figures on mobile and overall).

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Codrut Nistor, 2023-12- 6 (Update: 2023-12- 6)