Microsoft SwiftKey Adds More AI-Features on iOS and Android

Swiftkey now offers an AI camera lense feature and AI stickers powered by Bing Image Creator.

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has introduced a slew of AI-powered features to its SwiftKey keyboard app, aiming to enhance user interaction on both iOS and platforms.

The announcement was made at Microsoft´s recent event in New York where the company also showcased the Surface Laptop Studio 2, the Surface Go 4, the Surface Hub 3, and its latest version of the AI Copilot, designed to be an everyday AI companion across services. Starting today, Microsoft will begin the rollout of as part of a free update to , Microsoft Edge and Bing

Innovative Features for Creative Expression

Among the notable introductions is the AI camera lenses feature, allowing users to craft photos, videos, and GIFs with a variety of effects. This feature, stemming from a collaboration with Snap, offers over 250 tools and filters, enabling users to “express themselves better”.

Another significant addition is the AI stickers feature, powered by , which lets users design and share personalized stickers through various communication apps, adding a unique touch to digital conversations.

Enhancing Productivity and Communication

SwiftKey users can now benefit from the newly integrated Microsoft Editor, designed to refine grammar, spelling, and punctuation in real-time. This feature provides instant feedback and suggestions, aiding users in maintaining clear and accurate communication. Additionally, the integration of Bing Image Creator within SwiftKey facilitates the creation of striking images and enables Visual Search results directly from uploaded photos.

A Step Towards Secure and Personalized Interaction

These innovations are part of Microsoft's broader initiative to personalize and secure digital interactions. The company has implemented the model from and introduced Content Credentials to ensure the authenticity of AI-generated images. This technology aligns with the standards set by the Coalition for Content Provenance and Authenticity (C2PA), with companies like Adobe, , and Sony also contributing to this initiative.