Microsoft launches Copilot Pro

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Since the dawn of the generative AI age, one question has loomed over many people, and that question is “How the heck are these multimillion-dollar companies going to monetize their AI?” Well, the answer is simple: subscription services. Major AI companies such as Google and OpenAI have subscription services to access the most capable versions of their AI products. That’s not to account for all of the smaller AI services that you will find in app form. Well, Microsoft is the latest player in the game, and it just introduced Copilot Pro.

If you are in the OpenAI camp, then you will want to use the $19.99/month ChatGPT Plus subscription. This gives you priority access to the GPT-4 Turbo model as well as access to installable GPTs. As for Google, its subscription service will give you access to Gemini Advanced. This costs the same as ChatGPT Plus, and it gives you access to the Gemini Ultra model, more Google Drive space, and other features. So, you are not starved for options with AI services.

Microsoft unveils Copilot Pro

Undoubtedly, there are millions of people who have adopted Copilot as their main AI tool. Microsoft has been doing a lot of work shoving it down everyone’s throats. Well, there are people out there who want more from their Copilot experience. This is what Copilot Pro is for.

Starting off, as it comes in at $20/month, so it’s the same price as the competition. That’s definitely good on Microsoft’s part.

What do you get with Copilot Pro? You gain access to the GPT-4 Turbo model. Shortly after Microsoft invested $10 billion in OpenAI, we got the news that Copilot users had access to the GPT-4 model. Well, GPT-4 Turbo is a much more powerful and advanced version of GPT-4. So, using it, you will have access to an extremely intelligent AI.

Along with that, you just will gain features such as the ability to summarize large bodies of text in Microsoft Word, the ability to craft emails in Outlook, the ability to create entire PowerPoint presentations using text prompts, a higher image generator limit, and more. What’s neat about this is the fact that you will be able to use these features with the free version of Microsoft 365. So, you don’t have to pay a separate subscription price to access AI features on a service that you already paid monthly for.

Copilot Pro is rolling out to 222 countries in eight languages. If you are excited about using this service, Microsoft is currently rolling it out. You can go to the official site today to see if it’s available in your area.

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