Microsoft Incorporates ChatGPT’s AI into More Development Tools

Nishita Gupta
Nishita Gupta March 7, 2023
Updated 2023/03/07 at 2:18 PM

Microsoft incorporates ChatGPT’s AI into more development tools with new capabilities

The technology underlying ChatGPT was integrated into Microsoft Corp.’s Power Platform recently, enabling customers to create apps with little to no coding. This is the company’s most recent deployment of artificial intelligence to its products.

The incorporation of generative AI, a technology that has garnered prominence for its capacity to produce text replies to inquiries that are human-like, into big tech firms’ products is accelerating, from Alphabet Inc. to Baidu Inc.

Power Virtual Agent, AI Builder, and other business intelligence and app development tools were updated with the new features, according to Microsoft.

To provide summaries of weekly reports and client inquiries, Power Virtual Agent, a solution for businesses to create chatbots, can now link to internal corporate resources.

Also, Microsoft has updated its business management platform Dynamics 365 based on the technology and introduced generative AI capabilities to AI Builder, which enables companies to automate workflows.

The most recent edition of Microsoft’s tool, Dynamics 365 Copilot, which consists of a variety of apps for sales, customer support, and marketing, incorporates AI to automate several processes, including data collection and analysis and the creation of email campaigns, among others.

Microsoft also announced on Monday that its CEO Satya Nadella will conduct a discussion on “reinventing productivity with AI” on March 16.

Outside of its well-known Windows operating system and search engine Bing, the corporation has not yet disclosed AI improvements for its Office productivity suite, which includes Word and Excel.

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