Microsoft invested $1 billion in OpenAI in 2019 to integrate new technologies into its products.
Microsoft is apparently planning to provide Office users with a new way to write project-related texts by using OpenAI artificial intelligence technology in their programs.
The use of artificial intelligence has become common over time in various fields, and for example, users can easily create beautiful works of art with tools such as Stable Diffusion. Now it looks like Microsoft wants to use the same technology to help its customers write text on a page or a presentation.
Redmond wants to add artificial intelligence developed by OpenAI to Office programs like Word and PowerPoint, a source familiar with Microsoft’s plans told Information. With this technology, users can complete a document with text that is completely automatically generated, and all of this text is created based on the user’s own request.
Microsoft’s investments in artificial intelligence
Microsoft invested $1 billion in OpenAI in 2019 to integrate new technologies into its products and has been working to deliver such a capability ever since. Since then, little has been revealed about the tech giant’s plans, though the company did release Copilot in 2022 to help with coding.
In this regard, it was recently reported that Microsoft could use ChatGPT to provide users with search results in the Bing search engine.
While the head of Microsoft’s Windows division recently said that in the future, artificial intelligence will transform how things are done in Windows, it seems that Redmond has many plans in the field of artificial intelligence to be able to use innovative new features in their products such as Microsoft 365 to make users They can do their jobs more easily than before.