As an attendee of Microsoft Build 2023, I am excited to share with you some of the most noteworthy announcements from the event. One of the highlights of the keynote was the launch of Co-Pilot for Windows, which we were given a sneak peek of during the presentation.
The announcement came with a sense of grandeur as this is a significant upgrade that promises to transform every user into a power user. There was an electrifying sense of excitement as the video rolled, showcasing the potential that this new feature could unlock. The promise was clear: a revolution in user experience was on the horizon.
Co-Pilot for Windows
Co-Pilot is a conversational AI technology that helps users complete tasks more efficiently by providing suggestions and automating repetitive processes. In the past, Co-Pilot was only available in certain Microsoft products, but now it will be available for Windows.
The Co-Pilot for Windows will make every user a power user of Windows, according to the announcement. During the presentation, a video was shown to give viewers an idea of what to expect. The video highlighted that the Co-Pilot for Windows will have a consistent side panel across all applications that you use on your PC. The panel will provide suggestions and allow you to take action on them with one click.
For example, you can ask Co-Pilot how to adjust your system to get work done, and it will give you a list of suggestions. You can then take action on those suggestions with one click. Co-Pilot for Windows will also support plugins, which will allow developers to create their own Co-Pilot for their applications.
ChatGPT and Bing: A Perfect Union
Another exciting announcement was the interoperability between Chat GPT and Bing. Chat GPT is a conversational AI model that has been trained on a large dataset of human conversations. Bing, on the other hand, is a search engine that provides answers to questions.
With the interoperability between Chat GPT and Bing, users can ask real-time queries and get higher-quality answers. For example, during the presentation, the speaker asked what they should expect to hear about Build and Dot net. The results were more up-to-date with fresh content and citations, and the links on the page would take you straight to a web page sourced by Bing.
The interoperability also allows plugins to run everywhere, which means that the plugins you write for Chat GPT will work in Bing and vice versa. The speaker demonstrated this by showing the same plugins in both Chat GPT and Bing and how they can be used to search for houses in Chicago and get a set of criteria.
Microsoft 365 Co-Pilot
Microsoft 365 Co-Pilot is another exciting feature that was announced during the event. It is an AI-powered assistant that can help you with your work. During the presentation, the speaker showed how Microsoft 365 Co-Pilot can be used to track website changes and how it can be used to draft a legal contract.
Microsoft 365 Co-Pilot is also extensible, which means that you can use plugins to add more functionality to it. For example, during the presentation, the speaker used plugins from Thomson Reuters to edit a legal contract and get an analysis of it from a legal perspective.
Microsoft Fabric: A New Era of Data Handling
Microsoft Fabric is an end-to-end analytics solution that brings together all the data and analytics tools that organizations need. It integrates technologies like Azure Data Factory, Azure Synapse Analytics, and Power BI into a single unified product, empowering data and business professionals alike to unlock the potential of their data and lay the foundation for the era of AI.
Fabric is a powerful and flexible platform that can meet the needs of any organization. It is easy to use and manage, and it provides a wide range of capabilities. If you are looking for a comprehensive analytics solution, Microsoft Fabric is a great option.
Microsoft Build 2023 was an exciting event with many announcements that will change the way we use technology. Co-Pilot for Windows, the interoperability between Chat GPT and Bing, and Microsoft 365 Co-Pilot are just a few of the many features that were announced.
As a developer, I am excited about the extensibility of these features, which will allow me to create my own Co-Pilot for my applications. I am also excited about the interoperability between Chat GPT and Bing, which will allow me to provide my users with higher-quality answers.
Overall, Microsoft Build 2023 was an excellent event, and I cannot wait to see what Microsoft has in store for us in the future.