Microsoft has launched Copilot Pro, a subscription service pushing the boundaries of AI-powered search and creation for professionals and businesses.
At its core, Copilot is a friendly AI helper that lives within Microsoft applications, like Word, Excel and PowerPoint.
It offers real-time suggestions for text, code, formulas and even creative content, making students and professionals more efficient and productive.
What Are CoPilot Pro's Premium Features?
With access to advanced OpenAI models like GPT-4, GPT-4 Turbo and DALL-E 3, Copilot Pro promises:
- Searches that get it: Contextual understanding and smart suggestions elevate search beyond simple keyword retrieval
- Creativity on tap: Generate high-quality images, craft compelling content and explore new artistic avenues
- Office synergy: Seamless integration with Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook and OneNote for an AI-powered productivity boost
Pro users also gain access to advanced features like code completion for over 40 programming languages and personalized suggestions tailored to their work style.
According to Microsoft's blog that announced the news, some Copilot GPTs are already available. These GPTs allow the ability to fine-tune Copilot’s behavior for specific tasks like fitness, travel and cooking.
CoPilot GPT Builder, the tool for creating customized GPTs will be rolled out soon.
This level of customization makes Copilot Pro an invaluable asset for developers, data scientists and anyone who demands the best from their AI partner.
How Much Does CoPilot Pro Cost?
Copilot Pro for individual use joins Microsoft 365 Personal and Family subscriptions for $19.99/month.
Small businesses subscribed to Microsoft 365 Business Premium and Business Standard can access CoPilot for $30 per person per month (up to 299 seats).
Meanwhile, large organizations can now subscribe to Copilot for Microsoft 365 without any seat limit for $30 per person a month.
Whether CoPilot Pro scales up in the business landscape and attracts a significant user base to take over a huge part of the AI market remains to be seen.
The latest information from Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella is that Copilot has more than a million users across 37,000 organizations.