Microsoft on Tuesday announced pricing for its new artificial intelligence tools for its Office 365 software, which lets people use OpenAI’s AI models to automatically draft passages in Word documents, summarize emails, or create PowerPoint presentations from brief written prompts. The products will cost an extra $30 per month per person, more than doubling the cost of the cheapest version of 365...
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