Copilot Chat is open source and accessible through GitHub, just as the Semantic Kernel upon which it is based.
Companies have been under pressure to include generative AI in their applications over the past few months as users start to demand this kind of capability from their products. Microsoft has now made it simpler for businesses to do so with the introduction of the Copilot Chat sample app from Semantic Kernel. Using the new tool, programmers can incorporate large language models (LLMs) into their applications. Multiple conversation topics, speech recognition, file uploads, persistent memory storage, and shareable, downloadable bots are all features of the sample app.
A customer support tool, personalised recommendation system, HR assistant, instructional tool, or e-commerce assistant are a few examples of possible app ideas provided by Microsoft. Benefits include a better user experience since information is more accessible, increased efficiency because human interaction is not required, enhanced accessibility because users receive tailored assistance based on their needs, and the capacity to scale up or down quickly to meet demand.
“By providing personalized assistance and natural language processing, your own chatbot can improve the user experience for customers, students, and employees alike. Users can get the information they need quickly and easily, without having to navigate complex websites or wait for assistance from a customer service representative,” Shannon Monroe, principal program manager at Microsoft, states in a blog post.