Microsoft Copilots are artificial intelligence (AI) companions that can help you with various tasks across different applications and experiences. Microsoft Copilot is the new name of Bing Chat Enterprise, which is an AI chatbot that can help you with a wide range of tasks, such as coding, writing, generating images, answering general questions, and more. You can access Microsoft Copilot through the web or Microsoft Teams.
The concept of a copilot traditionally refers to a second pilot in an aircraft, however, today this term is often used metaphorically to describe a collaborative or supportive role in various contexts. In the context of technology and software, copilot is used to describe a tool or a feature that assists users in completing tasks or making decisions. The term Copilot was invented by Microsoft as a way to unify its various chatbot products and services.
Understanding the difference between Microsoft Copilot and Microsoft 365 Copilot
Microsoft Copilot is a general-purpose AI assistant that can help you with various tasks across different platforms and domains. Microsoft 365 Copilot is a specialized AI assistant that can help you work smarter in specific Microsoft 365 apps and scenarios. Both copilots are powered by large language models (LLM) that can understand natural language and generate relevant responses.
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