Microsoft has released an update for Copilot, just in time for the Super Bowl weekend where they will showcase their Copilot ad for the first time in four years. This update gives Copilot a more streamlined appearance. Over the past few months, Microsoft has introduced several AI projects, such as integrating their AI chatbot with Bing search engine and launching web and mobile apps. All of these AI services have now been consolidated under the brand name Microsoft Copilot. Now, Microsoft Copilot has received a new and improved look. Find out more about the latest updates.
Microsoft Copilot renewed
Microsoft announced the upcoming changes to Copilot in a blog post. The company is releasing a major update to the Copilot experience on web, Android and iOS platforms. Users will now see a more streamlined look and feel. Microsoft has also unveiled proposed prompts for the new carousel to showcase what Copilot can do by harnessing the power of AI.
Yusuf Mehdi, head of consumer marketing at Microsoft, wrote: “Today marks exactly one year since we launched an AI-powered experience for Bing Chat users. In that year, we’ve learned so much and seen usage of our Copilot experiences explode: to date, over 5 billion conversations and 5 billion images that have led to continued growth in Edge and Bing share. Now that Copilot is our unique experience for people looking to get more out of AI creation, today we’re introducing more image creation features.”
Copilot’s Designer allows users to customize their created images within Copilot itself, maintaining workflow. This feature allows Copilot users to highlight an object, enhance its color, blur the background or apply an artistic filter – all within the Copilot chat. All this is available for free.
If you’re a Copilot Pro subscriber, you can resize images and recreate them between square and landscape without leaving the conversation. Microsoft says it will also introduce Designer GPT in Copilot, providing users with an immersive platform to bring their ideas to life.