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Microsoft Copilot: AI chatbot that will remember everything you do on PC

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Microsoft Copilot: AI chatbot that will remember everything you do on PC

Microsoft hopes that laptop users will become so accustomed to its AI chatbot that it will remember everything you do on your computer and assist in determining your next course of action.

As Microsoft faces more competition from Big Tech rivals in marketing generative AI technology that can compose documents, create graphics, and function as a lifelike personal assistant at work or home, the software giant unveiled an enhanced version of Copilot, its AI assistant, on Monday.

The focus of the announcements made prior to Microsoft’s annual Build developer conference in Seattle was how to incorporate AI capabilities into the Windows operating system, which is a product that Microsoft already has millions of users of.

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Windows Recall is one of the new capabilities that will allow the AI assistant to virtually access whatever you have seen or done on your computer, giving it the impression of having photographic memory. Microsoft pledges to safeguard users’ privacy by allowing them to select the content they do not wish to be tracked.

The conference comes after significant AI announcements made by Microsoft’s close business partner OpenAI, which developed the huge language models used in Microsoft’s Copilot, and rival Google last week.

Google recently unveiled a revamped search engine that will now display AI-generated summaries above website links at the top of the results page. Astra, an AI assistant still in development, will also be displayed, with the ability to observe and communicate about objects captured by a smartphone’s camera.

OpenAI, the company behind ChatGPT, debuted a revised iteration of its chatbot last week, showcasing an AI voice assistant with human-like traits that can joke about what someone is wearing and even make an attempt to gauge their emotional state. The voice was removed from OpenAI’s collection on Monday because it bore a striking resemblance to Scarlett Johansson’s portrayal of an AI character in the science fiction film Her.

Additionally, OpenAI released a desktop version of ChatGPT specifically tailored for Mac machines.

The annual developers conference hosted by Apple is scheduled for June. At the firm’s annual shareholder meeting in February, Tim Cook, the CEO of Apple, hinted that the company has been heavily investing in generative AI.

A few of Microsoft’s Monday announcements seemed aimed at countering whatever Apple might have planned. On June 18, the recently upgraded Windows PCs with AI capabilities will be available on PCs manufactured by Microsoft partners Acer, ASUS, Dell, HP, Lenovo, and Samsung in addition to Microsoft’s Surface range of products. However, they will only be available for high-end versions that cost $999.

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