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Microsoft Unveils “GPT-4 Turbo” Model for Copilot

Microsoft Makes ‘GPT-4 Turbo’ Model Available for ‘Copilot’ for Free

Redmond, Washington – Microsoft has announced that it is making its powerful ‘GPT-4 Turbo’ language model available for free to users of its ‘Copilot’ AI-powered coding assistant. This move is expected to significantly enhance the capabilities of Copilot, providing developers with even more advanced code suggestions and assistance.

The GPT-4 Turbo model is a significantly larger and more advanced version of the original GPT-4 model, which was released in June 2022. It has been trained on an enormous dataset of text, code, and other digital information, and is capable of generating human-like text, translating languages, writing different kinds of creative content, and generating computer code.

By integrating the GPT-4 Turbo model into Copilot, Microsoft aims to improve the accuracy and relevance of the code suggestions provided to developers. Copilot, which is available as an extension for popular code editors such as Visual Studio Code, can now better understand the context of the code being written and generate more tailored suggestions. This is expected to save developers time and effort, and potentially lead to higher quality code.

In addition to improving the overall performance of Copilot, the GPT-4 Turbo model is also expected to enable new features and capabilities. For example, Copilot may be able to generate complete functions or methods based on a simple description, or even generate entire programs from scratch. This could significantly streamline the development process and make it more accessible to developers of all skill levels.

The availability of the GPT-4 Turbo model for Copilot is a significant development in the field of AI-assisted coding. It marks a major step towards the creation of AI tools that can truly augment the abilities of human developers, making them more efficient and productive.

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Developers interested in trying out the GPT-4 Turbo-powered Copilot can sign up for the free preview program on the Microsoft website. The program is currently open to a limited number of users, but Microsoft plans to expand access in the coming months.