Many companies, like Microsoft, are using the power of artificial intelligence (AI) to improve their software. Microsoft, for example, has a tool called “Microsoft 365 Copilot” in Outlook. This tool is like a smart helper that uses AI to help you write better emails. It can make your messages shorter and free of mistakes. It doesn’t stop at emails, though. It can also summarize long email conversations. This makes it a useful tool for many tasks. If you have Microsoft 365 Personal or Family, you also get “Microsoft Editor.” It can make your writing clearer and more professional by suggesting changes.

Microsoft employs AI not only in emails but also in applications such as Outlook, PowerPoint, Excel, and Word, streamlining tasks like document editing, summarization, and content creation. This AI, akin to ChatGPT, accelerates work processes by generating meeting summaries, crafting Excel charts, and converting Word documents into PowerPoint presentations. Business users benefit from “Microsoft 365 Chat,” a personalized AI assistant that analyzes emails, meetings, chats, and files. Google and other tech firms are likewise integrating AI features into their products, highlighting the growing ubiquity of AI in software, enhancing efficiency, and delivering smarter tools for both personal and business needs.