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PowerPoint to use ChatGPT to create slide shows from scratch

Microsoft has revealed its thoughts on how artificial intelligence (AI) will shape how we work in the coming years — and how it plans to help guide those changes. The announcement was made by Microsoft’s Satya Nadella and Jared Spataro at a company event titled The Future of Work with Artificial Intelligence.

As the name suggests, the show focused on how artificial intelligence (AI) will affect the way we work, both now and in the future. More specifically, the tech giant discussed how it will add smarter smarts to its suite of Office apps.

Microsoft Copilot Creates a PowerPoint presentation for the user.

In PowerPoint, for example, you’ll be able to use an AI-powered co-pilot that can create entire presentations for you with just a few text prompts. You’ll be able to tell it to make a presentation based on one of your existing documents, and it’ll understand prompts for it to add animation or style each slide individually.

Microsoft will also bring Copilot to other Office applications. You can use it to help you write a letter in Word, compile a to-do list in OneNote, or draft a group email in Outlook. Everything will be editable, either by directly changing the texts and images yourself or by asking Copilot to do it for you.

Microsoft's AI Copilot software is used in many Microsoft Office applications.

Copilot does all this by combining Microsoft 365 apps with a large language model and Microsoft Graph, which together analyze your files and data to see how to best help you. As Microsoft has pointed out, not only is ChatGPT connected to Office, but much more than that.

Microsoft’s artificial intelligence efforts have come under intense scrutiny in recent weeks. After the company bought OpenAI, it worked to integrate the ChatGPT chatbot into its products. The result was Bing Chat, but it has been plagued by reports of erratic behavior and troubling messages since its launch.

Earlier this week, OpenAI unveiled GPT-4, the last version of the large language model that supports ChatGPT. It was also revealed that Bing Chat is supported by GPT-4 and has been in use for quite some time now.

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