Microsoft considering ChatGPT in Office apps

Rumours say Microsoft is already using it in Word

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Microsoft is said to be working to include OpenAI's ChatGPT chatbot technology into some Office applications.

According to The Information, Outlook, Word and PowerPoint users will be able to use the technology to produce content automatically using natural language prompts. 'For more than a year, Micros...

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