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Enhanced Capabilities: GPT-4 Turbo Coming to Microsoft Copilot and Bing Chat

Microsoft Copilot, the AI assistant now integrated across Windows 11, Microsoft Edge, Bing, and Windows 10, is set to receive an array of exciting updates in the weeks and months ahead, notably introducing the cutting-edge GPT-4 Turbo language model.

Outlined in a recent Microsoft blog post covering the AI advancements of 2023, the upcoming enhancements touch on various AI features. Among these, Microsoft is currently experimenting with GPT-4 Turbo, the latest from OpenAI, renowned for its enhanced performance in executing intricate tasks and its expanded context comprehension. Initially accessible via ChatGPT Plus subscription or developer APIs, GPT-4 Turbo is now heading for broader availability, marking the first time it will be readily accessible to users at no cost.

According to Microsoft, Copilot will soon wield the capabilities of GPT-4 Turbo, empowering users to navigate more complex and lengthy tasks seamlessly. The ongoing testing phase with select users anticipates its integration into Copilot within the upcoming weeks.

Furthermore, Microsoft highlights the incorporation of an updated DALL-E 3 model within Copilot, enhancing image creation via the Bing Image Creator or through Copilot’s image creation functionality. While the specifics of this upgrade—whether an enhanced version of the October rollout or a recent OpenAI release—remain undisclosed, the promise is clearer and better image generation within Copilot.

The pipeline also includes an imminent enhancement to image search, merging GPT-4’s image recognition within Copilot with Bing’s image search capabilities. An illustrative example from Microsoft showcases the fusion’s potential, where an image of a space rocket accompanied by the query “When was this launched?” fetched detailed information about the rocket’s launch and its mission.

While GPT-4 Turbo undergoes testing with a limited user base before a wider rollout, the other anticipated changes, such as inline compose functionality in Microsoft Edge web pages and code interpretation enhancements, are on the horizon with an expected release date of “soon.”

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