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Microsoft AI Builder Gets Azure OpenAI GPT Integration

Microsoft AI Builder is Getting OpenAI GPT Access from Azure OpenAI Service, while Power Virtual Agents is getting a Conversation booster.

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's AI train is not slowing down. In the latest AI-focused announcement, the company says that its AI Builder and Power Virtual Agents are getting new artificial intelligence tools.

Microsoft is adding support for , which gives customers access to GPT AI from OpenAI. That will eventually include , which is coming to Azure OpenAI Service soon.

With this integration, users can access the model and templates with low code via Microsoft Power Apps and Power Automate. This include the ability to generate text with the GPT AI model.

Microsoft announced AI Builder in 2019 as a service that allows developers with no code experience to leverage artificial intelligence and machine learning solutions in their applications.

Power Virtual Agents

As for Power Virtual Agents, it now has a Conversation booster that allows users to build their own bot to handle resources in an organization. For example, the bot can answer questions without any input from users. All customers need to do its put the bot on a public URL:

“Simply point your bot to your company-specific resources, like your website or an internal knowledge base, and watch it start to answer questions in minutes, right out-of-box, with no additional authoring.”

If you're unfamiliar with Power Virtual Agents, it is a part of Microsoft's Power Platform and allows users to create AI bots for personalized service.

Both the AI Builder and Power Virtual Agents features are coming to limited preview soon, but are only available in US English.

Tip of the day: Windows now has a package manager similar to Linux called “Winget”. In our tutorial, we show you how to install and use this new tool that allows the quick installation of apps via PowerShell or a GUI.

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Luke Jones
Luke has been writing about all things tech for more than five years. He is following Microsoft closely to bring you the latest news about Windows, Office, Azure, Skype, HoloLens and all the rest of their products.

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