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Microsoft may soon unveil a ChatGPT-like feature for Office apps

Microsoft is making an aggressive effort to capitalize on ChatGPT’s success by integrating this Chatbot’s technology into its own various products as the company now has plans for its Office productivity apps as PowerPoint And Outlook.

The company recently released a new version of Bing that brought in multiple ChatGPT integrated features, and this move has also affected Bing’s popularity as many people are waiting to try it.

And the CEO of Microsoft Satya Nadella expect the same kind of result for the Microsoft 365 appand according to a leak, there’s a higher chance of that, so let’s go over all the details below.

Microsoft was supposed to introduce these ChatGPT-like features to Office apps in March

Microsoft was supposed to introduce these ChatGPT-like features to Office apps in March

A report of The edge revealed that Microsoft has been working on integrating OpenAI’s language AI technology into its Prometheus modelthrough which we would see improvements in productivity apps Microsoft 365 app.

Moreover, the report has also noted that the company has a plan to make an official announcement about it in the next month. Although the report did not clarify the source and named a person familiar with Microsoft’s plans.

It’s even better for the company because it has many good products, but with the requirement of the upgrade, and these upgrades are fully performed by Open the multiple technologies of AI.

In return, Microsoft has also previously funded the company, so this upcoming development is just the return on investment.

Separately, some previous reports have also hinted that Microsoft is testing ChatGPT language model features in Outlook, as Outlook is also a big part of Microsoft’s productivity apps.

These tests are done with the aim of improvement Search results and providing some other AI features such as suggestions for replies to emails.

And these tests are not limited to Outlook because the company wants to implement the same for Word documents so that the company can improve users’ writing experience.

Amir Hussain

Amir Hussain is the founder of Freemium World, a geek by nature and a professional Blog writer . I love to write about new technology trends, social media, hacking, blogging and much more.

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