Amidst a garrulous swirl that sweeps away everything when it comes time to shelve them, Microsoft stands as a central figure that cannot be easily dismissed. The company’s homegrown AI Copilot has been undergoing testing to determine whether it merits retention or dismissal.
With Super Bowl weekend approaching, Microsoft cautiously treads before making its move, Intensely announcing its return to the festivities after a four-year hiatus. This year, attention is drawn to an incredible innovation that cannot be overlooked—the revolutionary power of AI, which seemingly compresses the world into a jar. Microsoft’s Copilot lives up to its name, promising to showcase individuals’ “watch me” moments by enabling them to achieve tasks previously deemed unattainable.
It can transform a fledgling entrepreneur poised to turn a novice product idea into a thriving business plan with just a few keystrokes. Imagine a filmmaker effortlessly translating a concept into a vivid storyboard or a fantasy football enthusiast bringing their dream team to life with a customizable mascot image—all made possible through Copilot’s intuitive interface.
Microsoft introduces a significant update to the Copilot experience, available on copilot.microsoft.com and via the Copilot app on iOS and Android devices. The revamped interface boasts a sleeker design aimed at empowering users to unleash their creativity and gain deeper insights into their projects. A revamped carousel of suggested prompts highlights Copilot’s versatility, inviting users to explore its vast potential.
Today marks a year since Microsoft launched AI-powered experiences with Bing Chat. In the meantime, Copilot’s popularity among tech enthusiasts and the general public has surged, perhaps due to its user-friendly interface. With over 5 billion chats and images created to date, Copilot has fueled growth in Edge and Bing share. Now, with Copilot as the flagship AI creation tool, Microsoft introduces enhanced image creation capabilities.
Accessible through Microsoft Edge, Chrome, Firefox, and Safari, Copilot is free to use and available for download on iOS and Android devices.