Trusting Your Co-Pilot Co-Pilots are everywhere so in this video I wanted to explore why we can trust what they do with our information AND the accuracy of the responses.
Here are some of the capabilities of Microsoft 365 Co-Pilot across various applications:
Word: Co-Pilot can generate and edit text in Word documents based on user prompts. It can also provide suggestions to rewrite and strengthen the arguments in highlighted texts.
Excel: Co-Pilot can assist users with data analysis in Excel spreadsheets by formatting data, creating graphs, generating PivotTables, identifying trends, and summarizing information. It can guide users using Excel commands and suggest formulas to answer user questions.
PowerPoint: Co-Pilot can create PowerPoint presentations that summarize information from user-selected Word documents and Excel spreadsheets or a user prompt. It can adjust the presentation style, text formatting, and animation timing based on user prompts to eliminate the need for the user to make manual changes. Co-Pilot is also able to shorten lengthy presentations.
Outlook: Co-Pilot can draft emails with varying length and tone based on user input. To draft these emails, Co-Pilot can pull relevant information from other emails. It is also able to summarize content from email threads, noting the viewpoints of individuals involved in the email threads and pointing out questions posed by others that have yet to be answered.
Teams: Co-Pilot can be used in Teams to present information for upcoming meetings, transcribe meetings, and provide debriefs if users join the meeting late. After the meeting, Co-Pilot can also summarize discussion points, list key actions deliberated in the meeting, and answer questions that were covered in the meeting.
In addition to these, Microsoft has also introduced Business Chat, a chat interface that pulls information from content across all Microsoft 365 apps to answer user questions and perform other tasks. OneNote will use prompts to draft plans, generate ideas, create lists and organize information to help customers find what they need easily. Viva Learning will use a natural language chat interface to help users create a personalized learning journey including designing upskilling paths, discovering relevant learning resources, and scheduling time for assigned trainings.
In today's technology-driven world, co-pilots play a crucial role in ensuring the accuracy and security of our information. Trusting these systems can significantly improve our overall experience, as they can provide more accurate responses, assist us in various tasks, and help us make better decisions. As technology continues to evolve, it is essential for us to place our trust in these systems and enhance our learning and collaboration capabilities.
In this video, we explore why we can trust co-pilots with our information and the accuracy of their responses. We learn about the use of GPT4, Microsoft 365 Co-Pilot, the Meta-Prompt, and iterations of inferences, and how we can trust these tools. We also look at some key links, such as a Whiteboard, a recommended learning path for Azure, a Certification Content Repository, and a Weekly Azure Update.
We are reminded that if we are looking for content on a particular topic, we should search the channel as this is likely where we will find it.
We look at how co-pilots can help us with an understanding of the accuracy that can be achieved by using GPT4, Microsoft 365 Co-Pilot, the Meta-Prompt and iterations of inferences. We learn how these tools can help us trust co-pilots with our information and the accuracy of their responses.
We also look at some key links to help us further our understanding of these tools. These include a Whiteboard, a recommended learning path for Azure, a Certification Content Repository, and a Weekly Azure Update.
In conclusion, we can trust co-pilots with our information and the accuracy of their responses when using GPT4, Microsoft 365 Co-Pilot, the Meta-Prompt and iterations of inferences. We can also use the key links provided to help us gain a better understanding of these tools.
Microsoft 365 Co-Pilot, GPT4, Meta-Prompt, Inferences, Trust, Azure