Bạn chán họp hành? Trợ lý AI mới của Microsoft sẽ đi họp thay bạn

We’ve all been called into meetings that could have been covered in an email—but with the impending launch (sắp ra mắt) of Microsoft’s new AI chatbot, the days of wasting time in meeting rooms could be drawing to a close (sắp kết thúc).

The tech giant (gã khổng lồ công nghệ) unveiled (tiết lộ) Copilot—the workplace AI assistant it is developing—earlier this year, touting (mời chào, giới thiệu) the product as a “copilot (phi công phụ) for work.”

The technology, which is available starting Nov. 1, will be integrated (tích hợp) into subscribers’ Microsoft 365 apps like Word, Excel, Teams, and PowerPoint—for an additional charge of $30 per user per month.

And as part of the new offering, staff at firms that subscribe to Microsoft’s Copilot will theoretically (về mặt lý thuyết) be able to send their AI assistants to meetings in their place—effectively enabling (cho phép) them to skip or double-book (ghi lại) meetings and turn their attention to other work.

'Busywork that bogs us down (chán nản)'
Microsoft has been testing Copilot, which helps users carry out various tasks from writing emails to coding, with companies including General Motors, KPMG, and Goodyear. Early feedback from those firms has shown that it’s being used to reply quickly to emails and ask questions about meetings.

nguồn: yahoo,

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