Microsoft AI Tool Turns a Business’s Data Into Wikipedia-Like Snapshots
A tool that Microsoft Corp. introduced Monday uses artificial intelligence to automatically generate Wikipedia-like pages of information about a company’s products, projects and customers.
The employee-productivity tool, Project Cortex, is part of the Microsoft 365 software and will be available to all enterprise customers early next year.
The tool uses AI models to comb through millions of data points that a business stores in Microsoft services, including those found in emails, documents and calendars. It then automatically generates “topic cards” about company projects, products, customers and internal experts.
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