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Microsoft Expands Copilot GPTs with New Specialized Chatbots

Microsoft releases specialized AI assistants in Copilot, each trained for specific tasks like fitness coaching or vacation planning.

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Microsoft has unveiled the rollout of specialized Copilot Generative Pre-trained Transformers (GPTs) within its Copilot generative AI assistant platform. Jordi Ribas, Microsoft’s Corporate Vice President and Head of Engineering and Product for Copilot and Bing, shared the news via his X (formerly known as Twitter) account, highlighting the development in AI-assisted personal and professional tasks. These Copilot GPTs, specifically designed to cater to distinct domains, are now accessible to general users, signaling a significant enhancement in AI-driven assistance.

Specialized Assistance Across Domains

The newly released Copilot GPTs encompass four distinct categories: Designer, Vacation Planner, Cooking Assistant, and Fitness Trainer. These GPTs are engineered to provide users with more accurate and topic-specific responses compared to the broader inquiries handled by the standard Copilot chatbot. For instance, the Fitness Trainer GPT, as demonstrated by Ribas, offers detailed guidance on cooling down after a workout, showcasing the capacity of these chatbots to handle intricacies within their respective domains.

Future Developments and Accessibility

In addition to the rollout of these specialized chatbots, Microsoft has announced its plan to launch Copilot GPT Builder, a novel application designed for Copilot Pro subscribers. Priced at $20 a month, this service will enable subscribers to craft their own Custom Copilot GPTs. While the release date for the GPT app creator remains unspecified, this announcement underscores Microsoft’s commitment to expanding the customization and utility of AI in everyday tasks and professional settings.

As these specialized Copilot GPTs begin to integrate into users’ lives, the potential for AI to offer personalized, domain-specific assistance grows. With Microsoft leading the charge in the development of these advanced technologies, the future of AI-assisted tasks looks increasingly nuanced and user-centric.

Luke Jones
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.