In an era of distractions, Microsoft wants AI to be your coworker

Microsoft is aiming to adapt its productivity suite to a short-attention-span world. Past years of slavishly digitizing and formatting words, numbers, and images are over, and future versions of Word, Excel, and PowerPoint will be much more aware of your work and how you do it. Picture this: Intelligent algorithms will find patterns and meanings in data, and then use the insights to help you get through your day more efficiently. Check out this article to learn about the transition to smarter work software!

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Microsoft is aiming to adapt its productivity suite to a short-attention-span world, bringing years of research into products like PowerPoint, Outlook, and Excel. This article outlines how after years of slavishly digitizing and formatting words, numbers, and images, future versions of Word, Excel, and PowerPoint will be much more aware of your work and how you do it. Intelligent algorithms will find patterns and meanings in the data and use the insights to help you get through your day more efficiently. This transition to smarter work software has already begun.

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