Microsoft, an investor and key partner in OpenAI around chatGPT, drives the point of artificial intelligence by announcing the integration of AI into the core of Windows 11 Copilot, the PC platform Windows. Instant revolution for beginners and everyday users.
It’s a new icon at heart The next Windows 11 update It will make PCs easier to use than Macs: a new hexagonal sky-blue ribbon on the taskbar whose purpose is to make your life easier than ever imagined 50 years after the PC was invented, and Windows in 1985 .
Clicking this icon will display a column on the right side of the screen. From there, through artificial intelligence, we can quickly control the operating system by writing down what we want to do or asking questions: find a setting, change the brightness, switch to dark mode or start printing. In short, everything depends on Windows – or everything depends on Windows – without knowing anything, even without instructions. Same with documents. Take a PDF and drop it in the right column: Artificial Intelligence gives you three options accessible with one click: Explain, Rewrite or Summarize.
Mac devotees are planning to switch to PC
Feeling lost in front of the PC may be a thing of the past in a few weeks. A revolution for newbies and computer beginners, but also for everyday users. First reactions are surprising. For the first time, Mac devotees are considering their next purchase… a PC.
Because artificial intelligence is concrete. Because everyone can see the benefits and use them in their daily life. So the jury will be out, in the coming months, around hardware and software capabilities connected to artificial intelligence.
Microsoft’s announcement, which comes during its Build 2023 developer conference, puts a lot of pressure on Apple, which kicks off its own developer conference, WWDC23, on June 5. Apple, with its augmented reality helmet could be a “closer” target – certainly revolutionary – and the massive demand from the general public today revolves around AI.
AI: Microsoft’s frenetic speed
With this announcement of Windows 11 Copilot, Microsoft continues to set the pace for this revolution, which is mirrored among the giants of artificial intelligence technology. At least for now, Windows Editor maintains a frenetic pace, rather than Google, Facebook or Apple trying to respond with BARD, the announcement of chatGPT , in which Microsoft has invested. $11 billion, not even six months.
After integrating chatGPT into Bing and announcing its arrival in the Office suite, AI now promises to revolutionize Windows, with none of this basic software running. A controlled testing phase will begin next month, before this version of Copilot for Windows 11 becomes available to the general public, a few months…