Microsoft reinvents office apps with artificial intelligence tools
Microsoft is reinventing Software development for Power Platform such as Outlook, PowerPoint, Excel, Word. No-code development using AI and addition of new features such as Copilot.
At Thursday’s event, the company announced that Microsoft 365 users will soon be able to use what the company calls an AI “co-pilot,” Microsoft said in a statement.
“Makers now have live co-pilots in the studio who help build solutions and provide suggestions for improvements. To build an app, flow, or bot, use natural language The co-pilot can build it in seconds and that’s it. It’s easy,” the statement read.
“Copilot for Power Apps makes it easy to put data at the center of every application. You describe the purpose of your application and it automatically generates data tables for your app. can leverage natural language to refine apps to suit their needs.Now everyone can build apps, and even professional developers can focus on the more complex code, components, and integrations. Save more time with Power Apps. Learn more about Copilot for Power Apps.
Microsoft Power Platform says it has been bringing AI-powered development experiences to every developer since 2021.
Power Apps was one of the first products to use GPT commercially, and Power Apps Express Design enables makers to automatically convert drawings, images, and Figma documents into app user interfaces (UIs). I was. This convergence of AI and low-code will revolutionize the way solutions are built, fundamentally changing the way people work, collaborate and create.
In addition to Copilot, the recently created text using AI Builder’s GPT model capabilities and the conversation booster of the Power Virtual Agents announcement, Microsoft also has another set of AI-powered features across the Microsoft Power Platform. are announcing.
This includes streamlining the user experience with a GPT-enabled chatbot embedded in Power Apps that provides an in-app assistant. Also included is his GPT-enabled data exploration in Power Apps. This enables end users to intelligently query data to get immediate actionable insights.
Microsoft’s announcement comes a month after it introduced similar AI-powered capabilities to Bing, and comes as the technology community develops and deploys AI tools that can change the way people work, shop and create. It took place in the midst of a new arms race in the industry. Earlier this week, rival Google announced it would also bring AI to productivity tools like Gmail, Sheets and Docs, he reported to CNN.
The news comes two days after OpenAI, creator of Microsoft’s artificial intelligence technology and creator of ChatGPT, unveiled its next-generation model, GPT-4. According to CNN, the update wowed many users in early tests and company demos, allowing them to file lawsuits, pass standardized exams, and build working websites from hand-drawn sketches. rice field.