Microsoft Teams AI library will be released worldwide next month and help you work twice as efficient

September 13, 2023

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A lot of AI projects and features are coming to Microsoft Teams: the Windows Copilot assistance tool and virtual makeup are just a few of them. Now, as we’ve spotted from an updated entry on the Microsoft 365 Roadmap site, Microsoft Teams’ AI library will also hit the ground running next month. 

The library is a suite of code functionalities designed to ease the integration of Large Language Models (LLMs) into Microsoft Teams apps. This will make it easier for developers to build rich, conversational Teams apps that can help users work more efficiently.

The Teams AI library includes features for creating bots, message extensions, and adaptive cards. 

The Teams AI library also includes features for migrating existing bots, message extensions, and adaptive cards to use LLMs. This will allow developers to take advantage of the latest advances in AI to improve the functionality of their apps.

Now in the public developer preview, the Teams AI library will be released to general availability in October 2023 for desktops (Windows and macOS) and mobile (Android and iOS).

Speaking of which, Google’s Duet AI, a competitor to Microsoft Teams, has received a major update. The new AI-powered tool is now available in all of the core Google Workspace apps, such as Gmail, Meet, Docs, and Sheets, and it costs the same as Windows Copilot.

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