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#Microsoft Expands Language Model Support with Teams #AI Library / #Copilot

Microsoft has introduced the Copilot extension to its Microsoft 365 productivity tools, utilizing a large language model to assist users with language tasks. Now, Microsoft is further expanding the support offered by large language models with the launch of the Teams AI Library. The Teams AI Library is a development tool that allows developers to build artificial intelligence applications on the Teams platform.

Microsoft 365 Copilot is an AI assistant feature developed for Microsoft 365 applications and services. It is based on the GPT-4 large language model and helps users accomplish complex language tasks, such as creating sales campaigns, generating images, or quickly catching up on missed meetings.

The introduction of the Teams AI Library by Microsoft aims to empower developers by providing them with the powerful capabilities of Copilot. Developers can build Teams applications with AI features according to their specific requirements.

The Teams AI Library includes advanced AI components, including conversational AI, prompt management, and safety auditing, enabling developers to create highly interactive applications. According to Microsoft, the library is designed with simplicity and flexibility in mind, so developers do not need to spend a significant amount of time understanding complex protocols or writing custom dialogue logic.

Developers can customize bots using prompts that meet their needs, and the library remembers the context of the conversation, providing users with a seamless dialogue experience without the need to follow a predefined set of actions. As the library is built on the GPT model, it can provide localized services, allowing developers to design bots that understand and respond to conversations in various languages.

The library supports responsible AI features, offering audit hooks, conversation scanning, and feedback loops, allowing developers to create ethical and responsible bots within Teams.


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