Microsoft Is Looking At OpenAI's GPT



January 11, 2023

Microsoft is looking at a way to integrate OpenAI's GPT features into Word, Outlook, and PowerPoint.

They have reportedly already incorporated an unknown version of OpenAI's text-generating GPT model into Word in it's autocomplete feature.

They have also been using OpenAI's GPT technology to improve Outlook search results.

Microsoft is reportedly looking at how these AI models could suggest replies to emails or recommend document changes to improve Word users' writing.

Will they launch these features, or are they just experimenting for now?

It won't be easy for them to integrate more advanced AI text-generation features.

There is a massive privacy issue, and Microsoft will need to customize the AI for individual users without compromising any of their sensitive data.

Microsoft already uses a variety of AI in its productivity apps, with automatically suggested images and slide deck captions.

Microsoft Already Invested In OpenAI

Microsoft has invested about $1 billion into OpenAI in 2019, and have built a deep relationship with OpenAI ever since.

AI Is The Future Of Microsoft

Panos Panay, Microsoft's Windows and Surface chief thinks AI is going to reinvent how we do everything on Windows.

This could be a huge step forward for how the world sees and uses AI.