Microsoft unveiled a slew of new products and updates at its Surface event this year. From groundbreaking hardware advancements to sophisticated software improvements, the tech behemoth continues to reshape the landscape of personal and professional computing. Here's a detailed look at the announcements that have caught the industry's attention
Microsoft announced today that it is integrating the Python programming language into its ubiquitous Excel spreadsheet software. The public preview of this groundbreaking feature is available today for Microsoft 365 Insiders in the Beta Channel, initially limited to Windows users.
Microsoft has recently patched a total of 132 security flaws in the latest Windows update. Out of them, nine were rated 'critical' and 121 were rated 'important' in terms of their severity when the patch was first released.
Since November 2022, the whole world has been inexplicably changed by the powerful AI chatbot, ChatGPT. This revolutionary chatbot, created by OpenAI, reached over 1 million users in 5 days. It's one of the shining examples of the incredible work being done in the field of AI, and no one is more at the forefront of this revolution than OpenAI CEO, Sam Altman.
In a recent tweet, tech billionaire Elon Musk threatened to take legal action against Microsoft over claims that the company "trained illegally using Twitter data."
Copilot harnesses the potential of massive language models in conjunction with business data and Microsoft 365 apps to boost creativity, productivity, and skills.
ChatGPT is a chatbot that responds to user inquiries in a remarkably human-like manner.
The announcement comes days after Chinese search giant Baidu said it would complete testing of its AI chatbot in March.
It has become clear that Microsoft has long-term plans with OpenAI. They can potentially have other projects, too — but OpenAI has been the one with the most limelight.