Microsoft is set to introduce new Windows and cloud AI updates this May.

Microsoft is gearing up to introduce new updates for Windows and cloud AI this May at its annual Build conference in Seattle. The company is set to unveil brand-new artificial intelligence tools for use on PCs and in the cloud, aligning with CEO Satya Nadella’s vision of making AI a first-class component of every PC.

One of the highlights of the conference will be the introduction of Advanced Paste feature for Windows users, leveraging AI models that run directly on users’ PCs instead of relying on cloud processing. This feature aims to enhance user interaction with their digital lives and will be available for developers to integrate into Windows applications.

Microsoft will also showcase its AI PC strategy, including Surface PCs with a Copilot button for easy access to chatbots. The company has been working on improving user experience on Windows PCs by leveraging Arm-based neural processing engines for AI, moving away from traditional x86 models.

Furthermore, organizations using Azure AI Studio to build chatbots will benefit from new AI safety features aimed at reducing the chances of models generating inappropriate content or posing security risks. Microsoft is also making Azure more user-friendly with enhancements to the Copilot chatbot for select clients in preview mode.

Mustafa Suleyman, the new head of Microsoft AI, will be joining CEO Satya Nadella and other executives at the conference to introduce these exciting updates. The company’s commitment to advancing AI technology reflects in its efforts to empower developers and improve user experiences across Windows and cloud platforms.

For more information on the upcoming features and sessions at the 2024 Build conference, you can access the full session catalog here.

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