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Microsoft’s Azure AI Studio lets developers build their own AI ‘copilots’

Microsoft's Azure AI Studio lets developers build their own AI-powered copilots that can assist with tasks like writing a sales pitch or generating images for a presentation.

Microsoft Azure AI Studio: Build your own AI copilot

Microsoft has launched Azure AI Studio, a new capability within the Azure OpenAI Service that lets developers build their own AI-powered copilots. Copilots are chatbots that use AI to assist with tasks like writing a sales pitch or generating images for a presentation.

To build a copilot, developers first need to select a generative AI model like GPT-4. They then need to give the copilot a “meta-prompt,” or a base description of the copilot’s role and how it should function.

Once the copilot is built, it can be deployed to Azure AI Studio. Cloud-based storage can be added to the copilot for the purposes of keeping track of a conversation with a user and responding with the appropriate context and awareness. Plug-ins can also be added to the copilot, giving it access to third-party data and other services.

Microsoft believes that Azure AI Studio will make it easier for developers to build AI-powered copilots that are tailored to their specific needs. The company also believes that the service will help to accelerate the adoption of AI in the enterprise.

Here are some of the benefits of using Azure AI Studio:

  • It makes it easy to build AI-powered copilots that are tailored to your specific needs.
  • It helps to accelerate the adoption of AI in the enterprise.
  • It is a secure and compliant platform for building AI-powered copilots.

If you are a developer who is interested in building AI-powered copilots, then I encourage you to check out Azure AI Studio.

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