Microsoft to bring Copilot, an AI personal assistant, to Windows

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The Seattle Times

Microsoft will integrate a ChatGPT-like system, called “Windows Copilot,” in all PC apps, the Redmond, Washington-based tech giant announced Tuesday. The Copilot will be available for Windows 11 as a preview in June. Windows Copilot will be the user’s personal assistant, the company announced during the Microsoft Build conference that runs until Thursday. “We are bringing the Copilot to the biggest canvas of all: Windows,” said Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella during the opening of Build. “This is going to make every user a power user of Windows.” Microsoft, a multibillion-dollar investor in ChatGP…

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