Microsoft has announced the launch of its new artificial intelligence Copilot that aims to help improve daily workflow. The tool, which is currently only available for select commercial customers, is embedded in all of Microsoft’s 365 apps. Copilot combines large language models with business data to increase productivity and creativity. One feature of Copilot is Business Chat, which works across a customer’s calendar, emails, chats, documents, meetings and contacts to work as a virtual assistant. Earlier this month, Microsoft introduced Dynamics 365 Copilot, which introduced AI to several different kinds of businesses.
In other news, Genesis Motor America is expanding sales of its electric vehicles in the United States. The company’s EVs are now available at dealerships in 15 states, including California, New Jersey, New York and Washington. Customers at these dealers will be able to purchase three of Genesis’ vehicles: the GV60 SUV, the Electrified GV70 SUV, and the Electrified G80 executive sedan. The move to expand its offerings is another step towards the company’s commitment to a more sustainable future. The brand has committed to delivering an all-electric lineup by 2030.
Lastly, Nationwide Marketing Group has partnered with No Child Hungry to help people impacted by the earthquake that struck Turkey and Syria last month. Nationwide is giving independent retailers an opportunity to provide support to those most in need in the region. The marketing group is sending numerous supplies, including hygiene kits, rescue buckets, generators, tarps and meals. At PrimeTime in Dallas, No Child Hungry will be on hand to provide information about their efforts in Turkey and Syria.
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