Many big companies, like Microsoft, are using a smart technology called “artificial intelligence” (AI) to make their computer programs better. Microsoft, for example, has a helpful tool called “Microsoft 365 Copilot” in a program called Outlook. This tool is like a clever assistant that uses AI to help you write better emails. It can make your messages shorter and without any errors. But it doesn’t stop there; it can also give you short summaries of long email conversations. This tool can be useful for many things. If you use Microsoft 365 Personal or Family, you also get something called “Microsoft Editor.” It can improve your writing by suggesting changes to make it clearer and more professional.

Microsoft uses AI in Outlook, PowerPoint, Excel, and Word to enhance tasks like document editing, summarization, and content creation, similar to ChatGPT. Microsoft 365 Chat acts as a personal AI assistant, analyzing emails, meetings, chats, and files to boost productivity. Other tech giants, including Google, employ AI to make their software smarter and more efficient, benefiting both individuals and businesses.