Written by 10:48 am AI, Big Tech companies

### Microsoft Enhances Copilot Tool with AI Integration after 30 Years

The new addition will allow users to access Microsoft’s AI companion, Copilot.

The latest Copilot key can now be incorporated into Windows 11 PCs, as announced by the company on Thursday, with accessibility expected to commence in late February.

Yusuf Mehdi, Microsoft’s Executive Vice President and Chief Customer Marketing Officer, mentioned in a blog post that individuals can now utilize Navigator in everyday scenarios.

This article is exclusively accessible to Business Insider subscribers. To start reading, become an Insider. Already have an account?

Mehdi further stated, “The primary objective was to facilitate people’s involvement in the AI transformation.”

Microsoft’s AI companion, Copilot, is now integrated into Bing, Windows, and Office 365. By pressing the Windows key along with the C key, users can activate Copilot on Windows 10 or Windows 11 devices.

There has been a notable interest in Copilot, which has enabled Microsoft to compete with major tech companies in the realm of AI advancements. Microsoft has heavily invested in ChatGPT from OpenAI, leveraging this technology to enhance its own AI products.

An expert previously informed Business Insider that Microsoft has effectively captured the essence of relational AI with Copilot. The company has successfully proliferated AI technology within the developer community following its acquisition of GitHub.

The introduction of the Copilot key marks the most significant enhancement to the Windows keyboard in nearly thirty years. The majority of new Windows 11 PCs, including upcoming Surface devices, will come equipped with this key.

According to a Microsoft spokesperson, the key’s placement may vary, potentially replacing the existing CTRL key or Menu key in certain cases.

Although Microsoft removed the Start button from its Windows 8 operating system in 2012, this latest addition to the keyboard represents a significant update after many years.

Despite citing low usage as the rationale for removing the key previously, Windows 8 users expressed dissatisfaction due to its longstanding presence.

Visited 1 times, 1 visit(s) today
Last modified: January 4, 2024
Close Search Window