Microsoft still pushes on artificial intelligence, with the news unveiled at Build 2023, the conference for developers of the Redmond giant. Just yesterday, the founder of Microsoft, Bill Gates, had emphasized how AI has the potential to change the balance of the current technology market, upsetting organizations such as Google and Amazon. At the Build therefore comes a deeper integration of ChatGpt, the famous chatbot developed by OpenAI, on which Microsoft itself has invested large sums, in Windows 11. It starts with Copilot, the name given by the company to the support that AI can give in everyday activities. In June, a preview version of the operating system will allow you to take advantage of the capabilities of ChatGpt, in the "Bing Chat" search bar, to ask the assistant to perform any action in their place, even activate the night mode, which changes the theme and light so as not to strain the eyes, or change the background of the PC, all without looking in the specific settings.
According to Microsoft, this will make any Windows 11 user an "advanced user," without knowing in depth how a computer interface works. But not only that: Copilot on Windows 11 can also make small changes to photos, write summaries of text documents and share them on installed apps. Until now, these operations were possible in specific apps, such as Microsoft 365. Keeping the focus on the chatbot, the company also announced that ChatGpt users will be able to rely on Bing to search the web via AI.
In practice, OpenAI's software will rely on "a world-class search engine" to return contextual answers to questions asked by users via the OpenAI site or by apps, including third-party apps, that rely on ChatGpt. In fact, Bing becomes the central search engine of the chatbot even outside the Windows environment. Previously, ChatGpt relied on various online sources to answer surfers' questions. (ANSA).