Microsoft’s Copilot Chatbot and AI Assistant Now Available on iOS and Android for Free

New Delhi | Updated Jan 03, 2024, 5:21 PM IST Microsoft has launched its revamped and enhanced Copilot chatbot and artificial intelligence (AI) assistant on both iOS and Android platforms. Previously known as Bing Chat, Copilot aims to provide real-time intelligent assistance, leveraging AI for tasks ranging from information retrieval to image creation. The app, available for free, integrates advanced language models such as GPT-4 and DALL-E3, offering users a powerful tool to enhance productivity, creativity, and skills. Microsoft Copilot, introduced on February 7, 2023, was initially a built-in feature…

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Earth Reaches Closest Point to the Sun, Offering Skywatchers a Treat

New Delhi | Updated: January 3, 2024 16:02 IST By Science Desk The Earth, in its elliptical orbit around the Sun, reached its perihelion, the closest point to the star, on Wednesday. While technically, this event makes the Sun appear approximately three percent larger than average, the difference is imperceptible to the human eye. The precise time of perihelion occurred at 6:08 AM IST on January 3, marking the moment when the Earth is nearest to the fiery star in its annual revolution. The Earth’s orbit, being slightly elliptical rather…

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Text Like Gen-Z: Decoding the 20 Hottest Social Media Abbreviations ATM

New Delhi | Updated: January 3, 2024 11:06 IST Social media abbreviations gen z featured Navigating social media can sometimes feel like deciphering a foreign language, with acronyms and slang continually evolving. This guide aims to demystify the top 20 acronyms used by Gen-Z on today’s leading platforms. If you’ve ever wondered what ATP, FYP, or IYKYK mean, you’re in the right place. ATP (At This Point): Conveys a thought or opinion related to the current moment or situation. E.g., “ATP, I still have no idea what I’m doing for…

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Elon Musk Revamps X, Reintroduces Headlines with a Twist

New Delhi | UPDATED: Jan 3, 2024 09:34 IST By Divyanshi Sharma Headlines are back on X. Musk previously removed headlines for shared links on the platform. Now, headlines appear as overlays on images. Elon Musk, the tech magnate and mind behind X (formerly Twitter), has once again shifted the narrative by bringing back headlines for shared links on the platform. Earlier, Musk had opted to remove headlines, stating that this move would enhance the aesthetic appeal of each post. In October, headlines vanished from the platform entirely, with only…

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