After integrating ChatGPT with Bing Search and Edge Browser, Microsoft plans to demo its new Artificial Intelligence features in MS Office

Microsoft is apparently preparing to show off its new Prometheus model to its key productivity products, including Word, PowerPoint, and Outlook, after Google.

According to sources cited by The Verge, Microsoft will outline its productivity strategies for merging OpenAI’s language AI technology and its AI Model in the coming weeks. With its OpenAI initiatives, Microsoft hopes to fast revolutionise search and other productivity tools. The corporation may make an announcement in March to that effect.

Previous reports said that capabilities like email reply suggestions and Word document integration to enhance writing were being explored alongside the GPT models in Outlook to enhance search results. The internet giant is reportedly moving rapidly with this integration in part because of Google, according to the story.

According to the article, Microsoft had originally planned to introduce its new Bing AI in late February, but instead shifted the schedule ahead to this week, as Google was getting ready to make its own announcements. Microsoft unveiled its “next-generation” ChatGPT-powered Bing earlier this week. The company also updated its Edge browser with additional AI features.

In order to “provide better search, more thorough answers, a novel chat experience, and the potential to develop content,” the AI-powered Bing search engine and Edge browser are now available for preview at

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