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Microsoft announces the latest AI-powered innovations at Microsoft Inspire 2023!

During the Microsoft Inspire 2023 event, the American tech giant announces a list of new innovations related to AI.
Microsoft announces the latest AI-powered innovations at Microsoft Inspire 2023!
The Microsoft Inspire 2023

Microsoft Inspire 2023 introduced various AI-powered innovations!

The company acknowledged that collaboration was a crucial factor in Microsoft's success and hailed the importance of its expanding partner ecosystem in bringing new technology to customers in today's AI-focused world.

Microsoft Inspire is a chance to acknowledge the role our partners play in customer success and to share new opportunities and ways to engage with Microsoft products,” said Peter Maquera, Microsoft Philippines Chief Executive Officer. “We’re excited to share even more AI-powered solutions and show how Microsoft partners can apply these AI innovations across their organizations in a variety of ways.

Microsoft says they highlighted the importance of Microsoft Cloud through 3 vital areas, displaying a variety of new releases that aid customers in further accelerating the AI transition, achieving success, and bolstering business growth and profitability.

They also introduced the Bing Chat Enterprise which provides organizations with AI-powered chat for work with commercial data protection. By doing this, anything that goes in or out remains secured, allowing commercial users managed access to proper answers, improved efficiency, and new more innovative ways.

Organizations with Microsoft 365 E5, E3, Business Premium, and Business Standard licenses will be able to use Bing Chat Enterprise in preview beginning this year at no additional cost. In the future, Bing Chat Enterprise will also be offered as a standalone subscription for a low cost per user, per month.

According to the company they've been met with some intrigues and excitement earlier this year. The Microsoft 365 Copilot is integrated into the apps millions of people use every day. Copilot helps users jump-start their tasks across a variety of Microsoft apps, such as Word, data analysis in Excel, creating presentations in PowerPoint and capturing meeting highlights in Teams, and much more. Now the firm announced the pricing for Microsoft 365 Copilot, which will cost USD 30 (around PHP 1.6K) per user per month for the Microsoft 365 E3, E5, Business Standard, and Business Premium customers when generally available.

The company also saw that sellers may need to have many options in their toolboxes as possible. Microsoft has increased more functionality to Microsoft Sales Copilot directly within Dynamic 365 Sales, such as AI-generated opportunity summaries, contextualized email drives, and meeting preparations.

Furthermore, the brand highlighted how custom chatbots created with Copilot in Power Virtual Agents aid in customer service operations. Businesses may teach a chatbot using natural language in a matter of minutes to make Bing Search references to web data, customer service software, internal and external data information, and more.

Microsoft also wants to address the blockages in a business' workflows and how to clear them. As such, the firm announced the general availability of next-gen AI features within Power Automate Process Mining, providing customers AI-powered insights to optimize existing processes and drive efficiencies via low-code automation. With Process Mining, users can comprehend what is occurring across their business, using AI to produce insights, app, and automation suggestions and use Power Platform to construct the required solutions swiftly.

Microsoft also announced a vital investment to increase the scale and availability of Azure Migrate and Modernize. It also launched Azure Innovate, a dedicated response to increased demand for analytics and AI. Based on the company, these new offerings have increased scenario coverage and bring higher incentives and support for everything from fast, frictionless migrations to building new AI-powered apps.

The company has also widened its strategic partnership with Epic, a leading healthcare software firm, where both organizations utilize AI in helping clinicians spend less time on administrative functions and more time on providing quality care. Epic has integrated Azure OpenAI Service into its electronic health record software to bring a number of solutions. Epic has also incorporated Nuance DAX Express, to aid providers lessen the administrative workloads that lead to burnout, expanding access to care for patients, and enhancing healthcare outcomes.

We are excited about all the announcements from this year’s Microsoft Inspire, and this is just the start,” said Maquera. “Moving forward, we aim to further our commitment to accelerating AI transformation, driving customer success, and fueling partner business growth and profitability.

The Microsoft AI Cloud Partner Program, which was introduced by Microsoft, enables each partner to provide value to customers by utilizing Microsoft AI and Microsoft Cloud. Through this, it will partners to have a comprehensive portfolio of investments for all partner business models at every stage of maturity.

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