Microsoft 365 Copilot AI tools: Price, availability, and other details
This new feature will be available in Microsoft’s productivity services like Word, Excel and other Office programs. The AI add-on will cost users $30 per person per month.
Companies will also require at least 300 licenses for employees to gain access to Copilot. However, Microsoft may need more time to move beyond a handful of end users and deploy Toll to a broader audience.
The language model at the core of Copilot comes from the ChatGPT chatbot. This chatbot has been developed by Microsoft-backed AI startup, OpenAI.
Microsoft has also confirmed that prompts and responses in Copilot will not be used to train language models and that the tool will adhere to the company’s privacy standards.
However, on its official website, Microsoft also notes that “responses generated by generic AI are not guaranteed to be 100% factual.”
The company revealed its plans for Copilot in March. In September, Microsoft announced that it would first target the product at the largest companies.
In a conference call last week, Microsoft’s CEO Satya Nadella Said: “Customers tell us that once they use CoPilot, they can’t imagine working without it.”
Nadella said 40% of companies in the Fortune 100 were using Copilot in an invitation-only paid early-access program announced in May. He also listed five clients that were using the AI tool – Bayer, KPMG, Mayo Clinic, Suncorp and Visa.
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