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Microsoft promotes new tools for making AI software amid competition

On Tuesday, Microsoft unveiled new resources designed to incentivize developers to include artificial intelligence (AI) into Windows software as it competes with Alphabet, Amazon.com, and Apple to lead the burgeoning industry.

CEO Satya Nadella pushed new application programming interfaces, or APIs, that facilitate developers’ access to Microsoft’s artificial intelligence (AI) technology at a developer conference in Seattle.

According to the firm, Github Copilot, a generative AI tool from Microsoft that boosts productivity for computer programmers, is currently being used by 1.8 million engineers.

During his keynote speech at the Build conference, Nadella said, “What stands out to me as I look back at this past year is how you all as developers have taken all of these capabilities and are applying them, quite frankly, to change the world around us.”

Microsoft unveiled new capabilities for Teams, a video and text chat platform, and other business productivity apps like email. Copilot AI is a software developed by Microsoft. Google, a division of Alphabet, revealed a similar set of AI capabilities to assist users with office applications last week at its developer conference.

Microsoft last week revealed the specifics of its new development tools.

Microsoft’s stock rose 1.2% to $430.67 in the afternoon on Tuesday, following a new high of $432.97 earlier in the day. As of today in 2024, Microsoft’s stock has increased by 14%.

Microsoft said last Thursday that it will provide its cloud computing clients with an AMD AI processor platform to rival Nvidia, whose graphics processing units have evolved into the industry standard for AI computing. This announcement was also directed towards developers.

Microsoft’s AMD chip platform connects the processors via Infiniband, a networking technology developed by Nvidia.

According to Kevin Scott, chief technology officer at Microsoft, developers may include OpenAI’s new GPT4-o model into their programme for 12 times less money than they could have with previous iterations of the technology.

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Microsoft is OpenAI’s biggest backer and incorporates some of the industry leader’s technology into its own offerings.

Microsoft unveiled a range of Copilot+ desktops on Monday that have artificial intelligence (AI) capabilities like the ability to search through previous user activities in almost any programme. Qualcomm Arm-based processors power the new computers.

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