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Microsoft Copilot

Copilot (formerly Bing Chat)

Jan 14, 2024 | Generative AI

Bing is dead. Long live the new Bing, now called Copilot. Microsoft entered the AI chatbot race in February 2023, launching Bing Chat, which used the ChatGPT platform. In November, Microsoft gave Bing Chat a new name and website, increasing its resemblance to ChatGPT while expanding its capabilities.

The best news is that utilizing the standalone Copilot site no longer requires using Microsoft’s Edge browser, a prerequisite for using Bing. This means that the site is now more accessible to all users. Copilot features similar capabilities to ChatGPT, including submitting photographs and requesting AI-generated images, generating text conversationally, composing essays, making letters, summarizing content, writing code, and providing sophisticated answers. What’s more, Copilot is built on the most recent GPT-4 from OpenAI.

This is not surprising given that Microsoft has invested $13 billion in OpenAI for a 49% stake in its for-profit arm. Unlike the free ChatGPT version, Copilot offers internet access, allowing it to provide up-to-date responses on current events. Copilot’s chatbot is the best way to enjoy GPT-4 for free right now.

Pricing: Free (limited to 30 queries per interaction).
Website: copilot.microsoft.com

Michael Tchong

Michael Tchong

Founder, Author, Adjunct Professor, Futurist

Michael is the founder of Toolhacker LLC, an innovation speaker and adjunct professor at the University of San Francisco, futurist, and author of “Ubertrends — How Trends And Innovation Are Transforming Our Future.” He is also the founder of four ahead-of-the-wave startups, including MacWEEK, Atelier Systems, CyberAtlas, and ICONOCAST.

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