Microsoft has collaborated with OpenAI, the creator of ChatGPT, to integrate AI-powered capabilities into its Office suite and Bing search engine. Here are three ways chatbots might change the way we use applications like Outlook, Word, and PowerPoint. To begin, GPTs claim to be capable of taming our inboxes. They can parse large amounts of text and extract its meaning. This might go well beyond the current auto-complete recommendations. Microsoft has discussed developing chatbot-like systems for Word and Outlook. ChatGPT, on the other hand, is an AI-powered chatbot that creates text in response to a sequence of instructions. ChatGPT might have a significant influence on applications such as Outlook and Word. Third-party programmes such as Hemingway currently serve as virtual sub-editors, but similar tools will increasingly be integrated into apps such as Microsoft Office. Third, ChatGPT’s connection with Microsoft’s “At a Glance” function may save you time in preparing PowerPoints and post-meeting emails. A lengthy report could be automatically condensed into a manageable PowerPoint presentation. The same technology could also automatically summarise the transcripts made during your team meetings, saving you the time and effort of having to compose a follow-up email from the start.