A few days ago, Microsoft released a standalone Android app for Microsoft Copilot. This gives you easy access to your AI assistant. It turns out that the iOS and iPad versions aren’t far behind. Available from Apple’s App Store. Similar to other AI chatbots such as his Copilot or ChatGPT on your desktop, you can type in your questions and wait for the responses generated by artificial intelligence. For Copilot, you get responses spun by OpenAI’s latest large-scale language model, GPT-4. In contrast, the free version of ChatGPT is powered by the old ChatGPT-3.5, and to access the new model he has to pay for ChatGPT Plus.
Additionally, Copilot for iOS has the ability to convert words into images. This particular feature is utilized by OpenAI DALL-E 3 The company previously said its text-to-image AI system is “significantly better” at understanding the end product you want to achieve with the text prompts you enter. DALL-E 3 is also designed to improve rendering. Elements that our predecessors struggled with, such as human hands.
This is just the latest Copilot product that Microsoft has released since then. rebranded Bing Chat.The company also launched Copilot. windows 10 And and Windows 11, based on the number of users on the platform, approximately 1 billion devices will have access to AI chatbots. With these mobile deployments, Microsoft is further expanding Copilot’s reach, especially since the app is free to use.