“Manufacturers now have a co-pilot in the live studio to help them build solutions and provide suggestions for improvements. To build an app, stream or bot, you can describe it in natural language and the co-pilot can build it in seconds. Easy,” the statement reads.
“Power Apps’ Copilot makes it easy to keep data at the center of every app. Describe the purpose of your app, and a data table is automatically created for your app. Copilot then allows manufacturers to leverage natural language and refine the app to fit their needs. Now anyone can build an app, and professional developers can also save more time by focusing on more complex code, components and integrations Learn more about Copilot in Power Apps,” it added.
Microsoft Power Platform said it will provide all developers with AI-powered development experiences starting in 2021.
Power Apps was one of the first products to use GPT in a commercial capacity, and Power Apps’ rapid design has allowed authors to automatically convert their drawings, images, and Figma documents into application user interfaces (UIs). This union of artificial intelligence and low code revolutionizes the way solutions are built and fundamentally changes the way people work, collaborate and create.
In addition to Copilot and the recently created text AI Builder GPT template feature and Power Virtual Agents notification conversation boosters, Microsoft is also releasing another set of AI-enabled features on the Microsoft Power Platform.
This includes streamlining the user experience with Power Apps’ embedded GPT-enabled chatbots that provide an in-app assistant. It also includes Power Apps’ GPT-enabled data exploration, which enables end users to intelligently query their data for immediate and actionable insights.
Microsoft’s announcement comes a month after it brought similar AI-powered features to Bing, and amid a renewed arms race in the tech industry to develop and deploy AI tools that can transform the way people work, shop and create. Earlier this week, rival Google announced it would also bring AI to its productivity tools, including Gmail, Sheets and Docs, CNN reported.
The news also comes two days after OpenAI, the company behind Microsoft’s artificial intelligence technology and creator of ChatGPT, unveiled its next-generation model, GPT-4. According to CNN, the update has wowed many users in early tests and at a company demonstration with its ability to draft lawsuits, pass standardized tests and build a working website from a hand-drawn sketch.
Source: The Nordic Page