Microsoft 365 Chat will introduce the new AI Copilot System for Windows

September 25, 2023 by
Frank Calviño

Microsoft has announced the launch of Microsoft 365 Chat, an AI tool that will be an integral part of the new Microsoft Copilot system that is already being integrated into Word, PowerPoint, Excel, Outlook, and Teams to facilitate the daily lives of its users thanks to artificial intelligence and its ability to connect between platforms and others. 

The users will now be able to contact Microsoft 365 Chat AI at any point to receive precise instructions on how to do, fix, or resolve any issue regarding the traditional Office package of software produced by Microsoft. 

Copilot will begin rolling out in the next free Windows 11 update - starting Sept. 26 - and in Bing Edge and Microsoft 365 Copilot this fall. Microsoft has also introduced new experiences and devices to help users be more productive, spark their creativity, and meet the everyday day-to-day needs of both individuals and businesses.

Microsoft 365 Chat will arrive with Windows 11 update

With nearly 150 new features, the upcoming Windows 11 update is one of the most ambitious to date, bringing the power of Copilot and new AI-powered experiences to apps like Paint Photos, Clipchamp, and many more directly to Windows PCs

Bing will support OpenAI's latest DALL.E 3 model and will offer more personalized answers based on a user's search history, a new AI-powered shopping experience, and updates to Bing Chat Enterprise, making it more mobile and visual.

Microsoft 365 Copilot will be generally available to enterprise customers on November 1, 2023, along with Microsoft 365 Chat, a new AI assistant that claims will completely transform how people work.

Bing will receive Copilot functionalities 

Microsoft also introduced new features in Bing and Edge to power users' everyday experience with the most advanced AI capabilities available. Bing Chat can now be used through Microsoft Edge or The following features will be rolled out soon:

Personalized answers: chat history can now influence the results. For example, if a user has used Bing to follow the results of their favorite soccer team, the next time they plan a trip, Bing will proactively inform them if that same team is playing at their destination. In case you prefer answers that do not use chat history, it is possible to disable this feature in Bing's settings.

Copilot in Microsoft Shopping: From Bing or Edge, you can find more quickly what you want to buy online. When you request information about an item, Bing will ask additional questions to get more information and then use it to provide more personalized recommendations. 

In addition, users can be confident that they will get the best price: over the past 12 months, consumers have been able to save more than $4 billion with Microsoft Edge. Likewise, it will also be possible to use a photo or a saved image as a reference for shopping.

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