Copilot for Microsoft 365 gets GPT-4 Turbo, unlimited chats  

  • Microsoft Copilot for Microsoft 365 gives priority access to the powerful GPT-4 Turbo model for faster, more comprehensive responses.
  • Users can now have unlimited chats with Copilot for a more natural workflow.
  • Copilot uses job-specific data such as calendars and email for contextually relevant responses in Microsoft 365.

Microsoft has announced a major upgrade to Copilot for Microsoft 365. The gist of the update is to prioritise access to the powerful GPT-4 Turbo model. This means that users can now receive a faster and more comprehensive response.

GPT-4 Turbo

GPT-4 Turbo offers a larger “context window” that allows users to enter longer prompts and receive more comprehensive responses. This means that users can input larger chunks of text or information and have the AI analyze, edit, or work with them.

In addition, with GPT-4 Turbo access, Microsoft has eliminated restrictions on session length and frequency. Users can now chat back and forth with Copilot without limitations, which may be a more natural and continuous workflow.

This comes after Microsoft ally OpenAI recently made the GPT-3.5 model available to users for free with unlimited access without a login, which could force Microsoft and other AI providers and competitors to upgrade paid offerings such as Copilot to justify the cost.

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Copilot’s other features

For those working in Microsoft 365, Copilot provides an additional layer of functionality – the ability to work with job-specific data. This includes calendars, emails, documents, and more, allowing Copilot to provide contextually relevant responses.

Microsoft also offers 365 users the Copilot Customer Copyright Pledge.

This pledge states that if a third party sues a business customer for copyright infringement related to the use of Copilot or the output it generates, Microsoft will assume the potential legal risks involved.

This provides peace of mind to business customers who may be wary of copyright lawsuits around generating AI technology.

Jennifer-Yu

Jennifer Yu

Jennifer Yu is an intern reporter at BTW Media covering artificial intelligence and internet governance. She graduated from The University of Hong Kong with a Master’s degree in Journalism. Send tips to j.yu@btw.media.

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