Microsoft Harnesses the Power of GPT-4 Turbo for Copilot in Windows 11
Microsoft's AI, Copilot, is set for a significant upgrade with the integration of GPT-4 Turbo. The article explores the benefits of this upgrade and its impact on the AI landscape.
Microsoft continues to refine and enhance its AI capabilities with the imminent inclusion of GPT-4 Turbo in its artificial intelligence, Copilot. Formerly known as Bing Chat, Copilot is expected to experience significant improvements in terms of accuracy and speed, thanks to GPT-4 Turbo. However, the tech giant is currently addressing a few challenges in the implementation process.
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Progress with GPT-4 Turbo
Details about the transition to GPT-4 Turbo emerged from an interaction on X (formerly Twitter) between a Bing AI user and Mikhail Parakhin, Microsoft's head of Advertising and Web Services. The user had recently gained access to Bing's redesigned layout and plug-ins and queried whether Bing now utilized GPT-4 Turbo. In response, Parakhin confirmed that the integration of GPT-4 Turbo into Copilot was still underway, with a few issues left to iron out.
Anticipated Benefits of GPT-4 Turbo
GPT-4 Turbo is expected to yield several benefits upon successful integration, including more precise responses to queries and other significant advancements. As the name suggests, it is also likely to be faster and offer the latest training data with knowledge up to April 2023. The update is expected to make the AI more cost-effective for developers who pay for GPT-4.
Impact on Copilot in Windows 11
The GPT-4 Turbo upgrade will also affect Copilot in Windows 11, which functions as Bing AI with added control features for Windows and settings manipulation. The integration of GPT-4 Turbo into Copilot signifies a substantial leap forward for Bing AI, and users can look forward to witnessing these improvements shortly.