As Microsoft’s Copilot AI family gears up for the big leagues with a dazzling Super Bowl LVIII ad campaign, the tech giant is unveiling some fancy upgrades. Yusuf Mehdi, Microsoft’s chief marketing officer, spilled the digital beans on the official blog, celebrating a year of AI-powered delights. Copilot’s popularity has skyrocketed, boasting a whopping 5 billion chats and images created thus far. Now strutting its stuff with a sleeker facade, Copilot’s web, Android, and iOS trifecta flaunts a spruced-up AI model dubbed Deucalion, while serving users a swanky new interface complete with snazzy prompts like ‘Teach AI to a sixth grader!’
Designer, the Picasso of Copilot, isn’t left out of the makeover fiesta. Fueled by AI competitors like OpenAI’s DALL-E 3, Designer now includes new editing capabilities, allowing English-speaking users in select countries to tweak images on-the-fly during chats. Pro subscribers can resize and transform images.