Comprehensive benchmarks show Orca 2 significantly outperforming other models of equivalent size on metrics related to language understanding, common sense reasoning, multi-step math problems, reading comprehension, summarization, and more.
Users can upload a few images and video samples of a person to train a custom avatar. The AI system precisely replicates vocal intonations and lip movements to match the individual's voice and likeness with remarkable fidelity.
This vertical integration allows Microsoft cloud to run most efficiently while giving customers more infrastructure choice.
Microsoft Team users can now use Copilot to analyze spend patterns, set real-time alerts, and take actions like issuing new cards by using natural language.
A key goal of Windows AI Studio is to simplify the process of developing generative AI applications. The studio provides an end-to-end guided workspace with tools for customizing and fine-tuning small language models on developers' own data.
The suite allows users to easily tailor Copilot for Microsoft 365 to their unique enterprise scenarios, quickly develop, test, and publish both standalone copilots and custom GPTs, and effectively manage and secure these customizations with appropriate access, data, user controls, and analytics.
These integrations aim to make Copilot available throughout the software development lifecycle.
The new features aim to boost productivity, offering an unprecedented level of AI-powered support in the coding process.
Through multi-pronged steps like content authentication and partnerships, Microsoft aims to promote secure and trustworthy elections.
Microsoft is strategically targeting startups focused on pioneering AI innovation, beginning with a private preview for companies in the Y Combinator accelerator program.
The partnership highlights how major cloud platforms are adapting to meet the exploding computational requirements of modern AI systems. Both Oracle and Microsoft have invested heavily in specialized hardware, interconnects, and services purpose-built for machine learning.
Together, they will deliver an AI toolset for narrative and character design to be integrated into Xbox's creation engine.
Its new roadmap aims to bring cutting-edge generative AI to mission-critical workloads across the public sector.
The companies envision copilots for manufacturing, infrastructure, transportation and healthcare.
In addition to added data center capacity, the funds will support cybersecurity partnerships, digital skills training for 300,000 Australians, and the launch of a datacenter academy to develop technical talent.
Researchers who provide qualified submissions demonstrating concrete security issues will receive bounties ranging from $2,000 to $15,000.
At the heart of these innovations is Microsoft Fabric. Introduced earlier this year as a comprehensive analytics platform, Microsoft has now imbued Fabric with healthcare-specific solutions.
The chip reveal will likely occur at Microsoft's Ignite conference in Seattle starting November 14th.
A diverse research ecosystem is essential to realizing the promise of AI. AFMR aims to expand access to powerful models, engaging academics outside of computer science to pursue a broad range of important opportunities.
The new features leverage large language models, generative AI, and other innovations from Microsoft and OpenAI to add automation, insights, and intelligence to LinkedIn's offerings.
DALL-E 3 improves upon previous versions in several ways. The new model delivers higher overall image quality with greater detail, especially for human faces, hands, and text.
The company is focused on infusing AI throughout native Windows apps to enhance workflows. Updates to Paint, Snipping Tool, Photos, and Clipchamp introduce new intelligence-driven features.
The collaboration utilizes Microsoft's conversational Chat Ads API to serve relevant ads within Snapchat's highly engaging AI assistant.
Now, publishers can make informed decisions about how their content is utilized in Bing Chat and during the training phases of Microsoft's generative AI foundation models.
The company announced the general availability of Microsoft 365 Copilot on November 1 for commercial users alongside a new AI chatbot dubbed Microsoft 365 Chat.