The AI-powered virtual assistant, Windows Copilot, will also be able to attend Microsoft Teams meetings that you cannot attend. Not that this is a dystopian simulation of your identity, but the AI will record conversations and data that have been mentioned in the meeting to give you a summary of the content that has taken place in the conference.
With this function, Microsoft tries to continue implementing AI in our daily use as a support tool, which benefits our productivity. It does not seek to be seen, a priori, as a generative system that replaces the user’s work. In addition, it shows Microsoft’s intention to continue focusing Copilot as a virtual assistant for any worker.
Copilot also has many other functions designed and focused on increasing productivity. For example, it is capable of making summaries of the emails received and it can elaborate answers according to the content of the message. It is also compatible with other applications such as Paint.
It has been a while since AI began to be tested, but everything suggests that the results obtained by Microsoft have been more than satisfactory, as it continues to be one of the cornerstones for its future projects. Copilot wants to establish itself as one of the most effective virtual assistants, and its functionalities leave no doubt about its potential in this field.
Copilot has not yet reached its final form
The current state of Copilot, although it shows many aspects of the most striking, is still far from what Microsoft announced. That is why, although its approach has a lot of expectation around it, we will have to keep waiting for this AI-based virtual assistant to reach the full potential that was promised.
With the current trend in the technology industry, it is to be expected that Microsoft will continue to invest time in this system, so sooner rather than later, users will have access to all the Copilot features that Microsoft wants users to have. This is one of the company’s big bets, and they will invest a lot of time and money in it.