Microsoft computers will have their own built-in artificial intelligence

Microsoft computers will have their own built-in artificial intelligence
Microsoft computers will have their own built-in artificial intelligence

Microsoft announced an ambitious expansion in the development of artificial intelligence (AI) integrated into your operating system Windows. This is their new line of computers Copilot+which are equipped with advanced AI capabilities.

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Satya Nadella, CEO of Microsoftexplained that the goal is “to create computers that understand us, instead of us having to understand computers.”

The new range of devices, which includes a Surface Pro tablet and one Surface laptopis designed with processors that allow the use of advanced AI tools without the need for an internet connection.

This development comes at a time when the PC market has seen a slowdown in sales During the last years.

What’s new about Copilot+?

Among the notable new features is the AI ​​assistant, Copilot, which already works in products such as bing and Microsoft 365. Now, with new computers, users can perform tasks such as writing, managing emails and designing presentations directly from the device, without depending on the cloud.

An innovative feature is Recalla feature that acts as a personal “time machine”, making it easier to document search, images and websites stored on your computer. Additionally, real-time translation capability is introduced into over 40 languages, all done locally on the device.

With Recall, instead of manually searching through folders or remembering exactly where you saved the file, you can simply use natural search commands.

For example, you are writing a report and you remember that a month ago you downloaded a document with financial data that you need, but you don’t remember the name of the file or the folder where you saved it. That’s when you ask Copilot something like “show me the financial document I downloaded in April.” This is how Recall scan your history and quickly displays the specific document, along with any other related files or websites you might need.

Additionally, the ability to real time translation over 40 languages, all done locally on the device.

How much is Microsoft investing in this artificial intelligence integrated into the hardware?

In addition to advancements in hardware, Microsoft is investing in infrastructure to sustain this growth. Recently, the company announced a investment of 3.3 billion dollars at a data center in Wisconsin, aimed at training employees and manufacturers on the use of AI. This project will create 2,300 construction jobs and 2,000 long-term permanent positions, benefiting approximately 100,000 workers statewide.

Microsoft’s move towards integrating AI into its devices is already showing positive results. In its latest quarterly report, the company reported profits of $21.9 billion, a significant increase compared to 18.3 billion the previous year. Revenue grew 17% year-on-year, reaching $61.9 billion.

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