Xorte logo

News Markets Groups

USA | Europe | Asia | World| Stocks | Commodities

Add a new RSS channel



2023-09-21 16:36:39| Engadget

During its largely AI-focused annual Surface event on Thursday, Microsoft announced that its generative AI assistant, Copliot, will also be available to help with shopping on Bing and Edge. Broadly speaking, the company plans to make Copilot a part of all its flagship products, including Windows, Edge and more. When it comes to shopping specifically, Copilot can help you decide on a style, locate a specific item and, of course, eventually buy it.  But the new launch may be more about playing catch-up with its competitors than actually innovating. Google Lens, for example, lets you find products to buy by just snapping a picture of them. That means you can find results that fit what you're looking for, even if you don't have the right words to type it in the search bar. Google even started using your data across the company's apps, including Lens, to help its Bard AI chatbot provide more relevant and actionable chatbot responses. Copilot for shopping works by asking additional questions based on your search to provide recommendations specific to you. Using a photo or saved image to search with Copilot will be available soon.  Copilot AI will start rolling out to devices on September 26. Microsoft spent a significant portion of its event on Thursday talking about updates to the AI product. While it's currently a bit of a scattered setup, with different iterations on across Microsoft platforms, an update to Copilot will create a single generative AI assistant that spans across products.  Follow all of the news live from Microsofts 2023 Surface event right here.This article originally appeared on Engadget at https://www.engadget.com/microsoft-wants-its-copilot-ai-to-be-your-personal-shopper-143639505.html?src=rss

Category: Marketing and Advertising


Latest from this category

04.12The Morning After: The cost of generating AI images
04.12Google's Pixel Watch 2 falls to a new low of $300
04.12Spotify laying off 17 percent of employees across the company
04.12Meta's latest AI suite makes speech translation more seamless and expressive
03.12Kiss final show ended with a performance by digital avatars made to immortalize the band
03.12Google is reportedly pushing the launch of its Gemini AI to 2024
02.12Amazon is swallowing its pride to ensure its internet satellites get to orbit on time
02.1223andMe hackers accessed ancestry information from thousands of customers and their DNA relatives
Marketing and Advertising »

All news

04.12Worldwide: G20 Sustainable Finance Initiative And Offshore Green Financing - Appleby
04.12UK: Volcanic Risk And Insurance: The Untapped Potential Of Downward Counterfactual Perspectives - WTW
04.12UK: Supreme Court Holds That Deliveroo Riders Are Not Workers Under Human Rights Law - Wrigleys Solicitors
04.12United States: Edward Renn Talks Upcoming Tax Changes With Accounting Today - Withers LLP
04.12UK: Taxing The Death Estate - UHY Hacker Young LLP
04.12South Africa: The Rigour Of Tender Compliance: Insights From The WBHO-Lubocon vs. Grinaker High Court Decision - Tiefenthaler Africa
04.12UK: Brexit And Employment Law: Government Announces Proposals To Amend Working Time And TUPE Regulations - Thomson Snell & Passmore
04.12Ireland: D&O Insurance: Impact Of Individual Accountability Framework - Dillon Eustace
More »
Privacy policy . Copyright . Contact form .