Microsoft The unveiling A range of new tools designed to encourage developers to integrate AI technology into Windows software.

Microsoft Chairman and CEO Satya Nadella introduced the Copilot stack.Microsoft Chairman and CEO Satya Nadella introduced the Copilot stack.
Microsoft Chairman and CEO Satya Nadella introduced the Copilot stack on stage at Microsoft Build 2024 on May 21 in Redmond, Washington. Photo by Dan DeLong/Microsoft

The company’s announcement this week marks its competition with Alphabet, Amazon.com, and Apple in the growing AI field.

Speaking at a developer conference in Seattle, CEO Satya Nadella highlighted new application programming interfaces (APIs) that make it easier for developers to access Microsoft’s AI offerings.

Microsoft announced that 1.8 million developers are now using GitHub Copilot, its creative AI tool aimed at increasing programmer productivity.

The company also introduced new features for its Copilot AI software, which supports business productivity tools such as email and the Teams video and text chat platform. This follows a similar release by Alphabet’s Google, which showcased AI tools for Office applications at its developer conference last week.

Additionally, Microsoft revealed that it will offer a platform. AMD AI chips Providing its cloud computing customers, an alternative to Nvidia’s industry-leading graphics processing units for AI computing. Developed by Microsoft, the platform uses Nvidia’s Infiniband networking technology to connect processors.

According to Kevin Scott, Microsoft’s chief technology officer, OpenAI’s new GPT-4-o model, which runs on Microsoft’s infrastructure, is 12 times cheaper for developers to use than previous versions. Microsoft, the largest investor in OpenAI, integrates some of OpenAI’s cutting-edge technology into its own products.

written by Vytautas Valenskas