Microsoft is pushing the boundaries of productivity with the introduction of Copilot, an innovative AI-powered application that, as we learned during the presentation, can provide assistance in content creation and the use of many applications included in the subscription (Word, Excel, etc.). Copilot aims to revolutionize the way people work by providing intelligent assistance and streamlining tasks across various domains. This breakthrough technology harnesses the power of artificial intelligence to enhance efficiency, optimize workflows, and boost collaboration.
Examples of the Copilot integration into Microsoft 365:
With Copilot, Microsoft envisions a future where individuals can leverage AI as a trusted partner, accelerating their productivity and enabling them to achieve more in less time.
IBM is introducing WatsonX, a new technology that is poised to revolutionize the way businesses leverage artificial intelligence. WatsonX builds on the success of the original Watson system, which was designed to analyze and interpret large amounts of data. With WatsonX, IBM aims to help businesses better understand and make decisions based on the insights they glean from this data.
WatsonX has three components:
The move comes as the demand for AI continues to grow, with more businesses recognizing the potential of these technologies to help them stay ahead of the curve. As the AI boom picks up steam, IBM is well-positioned to take advantage of this trend with its latest offering. With WatsonX, IBM is paving the way for the future of AI for businesses, offering a powerful new tool that can help companies gain a competitive edge in an increasingly data-driven world.
Google has rebranded its AI tools for Docs and Gmail as Duet AI, in an attempt to take on Microsoft's Copilot. Duet AI offers a range of features to make it easier for users to collaborate on documents and emails, including real-time suggestions for spelling and grammar, as well as autocomplete suggestions based on the context of the conversation. The tool uses machine learning to understand the context of the document or email, and can make suggestions based on the user's previous interactions.
In a nutshell, it’s confirmed: you will have an AI assistant in all of Google’s productivity apps:
With Duet AI, Google hopes to provide users with a more seamless and efficient workflow, ultimately boosting productivity in the workplace.
Adello, a leading Swiss-US AdTech provider, is revolutionizing mobile advertising by integrating ChatGPT, an AI-powered virtual assistant. This groundbreaking ad format introduces a new way for audiences to interact with advertising, providing conversational insights and information about promoted products or companies. Leveraging ChatGPT's natural language processing capabilities, businesses can now establish deeper, personalized connections with their target audiences. Adello, known for pioneering innovative technologies like VR showrooms, NFT-models, and AI-based Facial Recognition, proudly presents the combination of Generative AI and mobile advertising with their new format called #ChatWithMe. This novel ad creative allows users to engage with a virtual assistant directly within the ad banner, receiving detailed answers to their questions. The potential of this innovative ad format is limitless, promising to captivate users and drive impressive results in the future of mobile advertising.