Microsoft Build 2023 is here , talks on AI developments, new Windows 11 features

Microsoft Build 2023 is here / Microsoft Headquarters (Pixabay)

Microsoft Build 2023 is here / Microsoft Headquarters (Pixabay)

Microsoft Build 2023 has finally started in Seattle, the United States and there’s some buzzing technological developmental news coming out of the hottest event in town. Its primary focus was around AI and its implementation. The company is making several big revelations around AI and how Microsoft is going to use them around its apps and services including Windows 11, Microsoft 365 and more.

Microsoft is adding a Copilot AI assistant to Windows 11 its Much similar to the Copilot sidebars we’ve seen in Microsoft Edge. Copilot will be directly integrated to Windows 11 and will be available for opening and usage across taskbar from all apps.

Copilot AI assistant working on Windows 11 /(Image-: Microsoft)

The new development with AI assistant Copilot is that it will now support addition of plug-ins. There are mainly three types of plug-ins allowed which are Teams messages extensions, Power Platform connectors, and tools that use technology from ChatGPT. Their is more to it, plug-ins of additional third party like Atlassian and Adobe are also supported now. This is done to compete with Google Bard announced at Google I/O 2023.

Microsoft has unveiled ChatGPT integration with Bing, enabling it to leverage the internet for real-time information when responding to search queries. The answers provided by ChatGPT on Bing will now include relevant references, allowing users to access up-to-date and credible sources. Starting today, this feature will be accessible exclusively to subscribers of ChatGPT Plus.

Microsoft has revealed integration of ChatGPT with Bing / Image-: Deladem Kumordzie (Medium)

ChatGPT will now have a world-class search engine built-in to provide timelier and more up-to-date answers with access from the web. Now, ChatGPT answers can be grounded by search and web data and include citations so you can learn more — all directly from within chat.

said Satya Nadella in his inaugural speech.

Other insignificant developments announced in first session of Build are , a new tab tear-out to Windows terminal has been added up so that users can conveniently organize their different shells into Windows depending on their needs. As soon as the further advancements come out from Microsoft Build , they’ll be updated through further blogs.

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