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Microsoft Copilot Enters 2024 with GPT-4 Turbo, DALL-E 3 & More

In a groundbreaking move, Microsoft has supercharged its AI assistant, Copilot, with a suite of powerful new features that are set to revolutionize the way we interact with technology. As Copilot turns one, Microsoft celebrated its one-year anniversary by announcing several powerful new features. The integration of GPT-4 Turbo, DALL-E 3 and more features marks a new chapter in Copilot’s story, one where language and visual comprehension take a giant leap forward. 

These features are not just improvements but transformative elements that will elevate users’ experience to new heights, offering smarter assistance, more creative possibilities, and a more intuitive interface. These upgrades aim to improve users’ productivity and creativity.

Microsoft is Celebrating One Year Anniversary of its AI Assistant Copilot

Let’s have a look at these exciting features in this article!

Microsoft Supercharging its AI Assistant Copilot with Incredible Upgrades 

Key upgrades include integrating OpenAI’s latest GPT-4 Turbo language model, an upgraded DALL-E 3 image creation model, multi-modal search to improve comprehension, a code interpreter to tackle complex coding and math tasks, Deep Search to deliver better search results and abilities like video understanding and question answering. These updates are all about making your workday easier and letting your creativity flow. 

Here’s more details about these exciting upgrades:

1. Revolutionary GPT-4 Turbo Model Integration

One major upgrade coming soon is integrating OpenAI’s natural language model, GPT-4 Turbo. GPT-4 Turbo is the latest generative model from OpenAI, boasting a 128k context window and a knowledge cutoff of April 2023. It’s designed to be more capable, efficient, and cost-effective, offering a 3X reduction in input token costs and a 2X reduction in output token costs compared to its predecessor.

During testing, GPT-4 Turbo has shown it can analyze complex prompts, write long-form text, generate code and more at an unmatched depth. This enhancement means that Copilot can now understand and generate text with a depth and breadth that was previously unattainable.

Integrating it with Copilot will enable the ability to tackle more multi-faceted tasks across documents, data analysis, software development, and other areas. Rather than simple queries, users can describe complex goals and desired outcomes for Copilot to translate into responses. This greatly expands Microsoft Copilot’s capabilities.

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2. Upgraded DALL-E 3 Model Brings More Realistic Images

Additionally, Microsoft announced its integration with a new DALL-E 3 model, making the AI image generation smoother. The new DALL-E 3 version creates more advanced and accurate photographic images. Compared to old versions, images match descriptions better, have higher resolution, and keep a consistent style with many images.

Tests show DALL-E 3’s impressive refinements. When prompted to create a “photorealistic stegosaurus in a nail salon”, it illustrated this scene in alarmingly lifelike detail.

New Dall-E Model vs. Previous Dall-E model

The improved abilities stretch creative boundaries for documents, digital art, presentations, and any image needs. You can try it by going to bing.com/create or asking Copilot to generate an image.

Another groundbreaking upgrade leverages Copilot’s strengthened intelligence to significantly improve search relevance across text, images and video, dubbed Multi-Modal Search. It combines natural language prowess, descriptive text generation, and immense data foundation.

Examples show that a multi-modal search precisely satisfies complex queries by analyzing relationships between modalities. When analyzing an image of the Space Shuttle Atlantis, it provided the exact shuttle name and 1993 launch date without broader context, showcasing granular visual analysis abilities that will accelerate research, planning and strategic initiatives.

Microsoft Copilot Multimodality

4. Code Interpreter Makes Coding Easier

Microsoft also announced Code Interpreter to make software creation simpler for all users. People can describe what they want their program to do in normal language. Then, the Code Interpreter handles the technical details like data organization, algorithms, and code syntax automatically.

In demos, Microsoft Copilot wrote hundreds of lines of working Python code to make an application behave exactly as described, without any human coding. It can even upload and download necessary data to connect user information with Bing search results for context.

Copilot's Code Interpreter Makes Coding Easier

The Code Interpreter did very well in initial testing. When launched, it aims to save countless hours of development work. It will empower anyone to make custom software just by explaining what they want the software to do.

Finding the most useful information out of endless data is hard for people. So Microsoft made Deep Search, which is powered by GPT-4. It looks closer at search questions to find connections other search engines miss.

In testing, Deep Search gave very good results for complicated topics that most search engines cannot understand well. Even very detailed searches found custom content showing Microsoft Copilot’s step-by-step reasoning.

Microsoft Copilot is Making Search Results Better with Deep Search

Soon, Deep Search may speed up research, planning, and big projects that used to need lots of expertise or luck. By asking itself many versions of questions, Copilot can spot connections past search tools did not see.

6. Inline Text Rewriting in Microsoft Edge

Soon, Microsoft Edge users will be able to utilize Copilot to rewrite text that has been copied from websites. Users will simply be able to select the text that they want to have rewritten, and Copilot will carry out the rewriting for them. This new inline compose feature with a rewrite menu saves time and effort while improving the quality of content. Users will no longer need to rewrite or rephrase content piecemeal manually. Instead, Copilot will handle the rewriting process seamlessly, allowing for rapid revisions.

7. Summarizing Videos and Answering Questions

Microsoft also showed Copilot new abilities to understand details in videos using Edge. For example, it can create short summaries of YouTube videos highlighting key points. The summaries include important images and text quotations.

Microsoft Copilot is Summarizing Videos and Answering Questions

Additionally, people can ask questions about videos using normal language. Tests show Copilot can accurately answer very specific questions on things like who was speaking, what was on slides, and the order in which events happened. This makes Copilot much better at learning from multimedia content while saving users time.

The Road Ahead

After reviewing these major upcoming features, one thing is clear: Microsoft’s steady AI advancements show no signs of slowing. Copilot stands to become more capable than ever heading into 2024 and beyond – further revolutionizing search while amplifying human creativity and productivity by democratizing AI. So, what are you waiting for? Visit copilot.microsoft.com, in Copilot in Bing to get started!

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Faizan Ali Naqvi
Faizan Ali Naqvi

Research is my hobby and I love to learn new skills. I make sure that every piece of content that you read on this blog is easy to understand and fact checked!

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