Microsoft 365

Microsoft will charge at least 53% more to access new artificial intelligence features in its widely used Office software, in a glimpse at the windfall it hopes to reap from the technology.

The company also said it will make a more secure version of its Bing search engine available immediately to businesses, aiming to address their data-protection concerns, grow their interest in AI and compete more with Google.

At its virtual Inspire conference, the company said customers would pay US$30 per user per month for its AI copilot in Microsoft 365, which promises to draft e-mails in Outlook, pen documents in Word and make virtually all an employee’s data accessible via the prompt of a chatbot.

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