Microsoft to Incorporate AI Into Word to Write Documents

The world has been abuzz with AI related news as of late, with AI art quickly going viral on pretty much every single social media platform with all things having been considered and taken into account. In spite of the fact that this is the case, AI still hasn’t reached its full potential. New entries into the AI scene such as Chat GPT are proving that AI has a number of different capabilities that haven’t yet fully been explored.

With all of that having been said and now out of the way, it is important to note that Microsoft has been a silent kingmaker in the background for Chat GPT. The company’s investments into AI generated writing helped Open AI to push their experiment to the next level. Current reports that are coming out suggest that Microsoft might further incorporate AI generated texts into their various products.

It makes sense that Microsoft is interested in Chat GPT because of the fact that this is the sort of thing that could potentially end up automatically generating sound responses to emails and writing up first drafts that can then be edited down to their final form. They are also quite interested in using it to expand what Bing is currently capable of.

Microsoft’s search engine has always lagged far behind Google, and Chat GPT could give the search engine an edge over its more successful counterpart. Chat GPT can generate entire sentences to answer questions, something that has the potential to change the way we interact with search engines entirely.

There are a number of other Microsoft products that could be greatly improved by Chat GPT. Outlook, Microsoft’s email client, could surpass Gmail if Chat GPT is implemented correctly. While the AI won’t necessarily act as a silver bullet to enable Microsoft to topple Google’s hegemony, it will at the very least make the tech juggernaut competitive in a much greater number of areas.

It will be interesting to see what Microsoft has in store for us, and chances are that it will be quite exciting if they keep going at this rate.


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