This past week has seen a lot of exciting metaverse news in the world of AI. Here are the top 5 AI-related stories.
Microsoft has introduced Copilot for Microsoft 365, an AI-powered assistant designed to assist users with a variety of tasks in Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Teams, and Outlook. Copilot can help users prepare for meetings, create impressive PowerPoint presentations, and even take notes during meetings.
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The highly anticipated release of GPT-4, the latest version of the popular AI language model, has sent shockwaves through the AI community. GPT-4 boasts impressive features, including the ability to understand images, handle up to 25,000 words at once, and demonstrate advanced reasoning capabilities. It can even score in the top 10% on the bar exam.
Anthropic AI, backed by Google, has released the beta version of Claude, an advanced AI assistant for conversational and text processing tasks. Claude offers support for search, summarization, coding, writing, and collaboration, and can be accessed through chat interfaces and APIs.
Google has integrated AI-powered generative capabilities into multiple applications, including Gmail, Docs, Slides, Sheets, and Meet. This will automate Gmail’s email management and make writing, editing, and proofreading easier.
Midjourney 5, a platform for generative AI, has been released with a variety of new features. It now offers a higher native resolution, an unlimited number of aspect ratios, sharper images, coherent output, and a greater variety of supported styles. Additionally, it can generate images of fingers that are extremely realistic.
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