It is well known that tech giants—Google, Microsoft, Salesforce, Meta, etc.—are already in a race to develop advanced generative A.I. tools and incorporate AI features on their platforms to establish their advocacy in the AI space while finding ways to enhance the user experience with it.
Following the phenomenal reach of ChatGPT, generative AI has seen unprecedented development and adoption in the tech world. Every big head in the industry, from Google and Microsoft to Adobe and Salesforce, began to incorporate new AI features into their platforms and unveil new AI products.
Generative AI tools are changing the way people find information online, and no one can deny it.
To track conversions and optimize Bing Ads campaigns, Microsoft’s Universal Event Tracking (UET) tag has been of great help for advertisers.
Few months ago, Microsoft announced Designer, a Canva-like web app. It can create designs for presentations, digital postcards, and other materials for social media and other channels. It uses user-generated content and OpenAI's text-to-image AI, DALL-E 2, to create designs, with drop-downs for further customization.
Microsoft has recently introduced an AI assistant called “Dynamics 365 Co-pilot”. It provides interactive, AI-powered assistance across all business applications that handle tasks like sales, marketing, and customer service.
ChatGPT as we know it has become the talk of the town, with several users engaging in conversational searches on this platform. The popularity of this chatbot has fueled the growth of AI-generative platforms.
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