Microsoft has previously integrated the technology used by ChatGPT and revamped its search engine, Bing.
American multinational tech giant Microsoft said on Monday it has integrated the artificial intelligence technology behind ChatGPT into other developer tools. The company bundled the ChatGPT technology with its Power Platform, allowing users to develop applications with little to no coding.
Microsoft, which has invested heavily in OpenAI-owned chatbot, has updated a line of business intelligence and app-development tools within Power Platform with new capabilities. The company’s Power Virtual Agent can now connect to internal resources to generate summaries of weekly reports and customer queries, a Reuters report noted.
Talking about Microsoft Power Virtual Agents, it lets users create AI-powered chatbots for a range of requests varying from providing simple answers to common questions to resolving issues requiring complex conversations. These bots can be created easily without the need for data scientists or developers.
Yesterday, the Satya Nadella-led company also announced the next generation of AI product updates across its business applications portfolio, including the launch of the new Microsoft Dynamics 365 Copilot. “Copilot brings the power of next-generation AI capabilities and natural language processing to Dynamics 365, working alongside business professionals to help them create ideas and content faster, complete time-consuming tasks, and get insights and next best actions—just by describing what’s needed,” the company said.
Google parent Alphabet and Chinese internet giant Baidu, among others, are speeding up the integration of AI technology in their offerings. The rat race came after OpenAI’s ChatGPT, short for Chat Generative Pre-trained Transformer, exploded into popularity since its release in November last year due to its human-like response.
Microsoft has previously integrated the technology used by ChatGPT and revamped its search engine and browser to provide more tailored, detailed, and contextual responses to queries. Microsoft introduced its overhauled product – Bing – just a day after rival Google announced Bard, the company’s experimental conversational artificial intelligence chatbot service similar to OpenAI’s ChatGPT.
The Microsoft-funded AI-based text generator has even passed some of the toughest exams in the U.S. These include the United States Medical Licensing Exam and an MBA core course – Operations Management offered by the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School of Business.