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New Keyboard Button to Launch AI Applications: Microsoft’s Innovative Move

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Microsoft has recently called upon independent computer and laptop manufacturers to add a new button to their keyboards that will enable the launch of their latest artificial intelligence (AI) application, ChatGpt. This initiative marks one of Microsoft’s most significant keyboard […]

Majkrosoft poziva proizvođače računara i laptopova da dodaju novo dugme za pokretanje AI aplikacije na tastaturi

Microsoft has recently called upon independent computer and laptop manufacturers to add a new button to their keyboards that will enable the launch of their latest artificial intelligence (AI) application, ChatGpt. This initiative marks one of Microsoft’s most significant keyboard redesigns since the 1990s when they introduced a dedicated Windows button.

As a major IT company in the computer market, Microsoft’s presence allows them to influence changes in computer devices through licensing with independent manufacturers such as Lenovo, Dell, and Hape. This partnership is a symbolic step that opens the door to generative AI technology applications.

Although most users access AI applications through smartphones rather than computers, Microsoft emphasizes its close partnership with OpenAI, the manufacturer of ChatGpt.

The introduction of the new button next to the “space” key, labeled “Kopilot,” marks the beginning of a year that will be characterized by intense competition among technology companies in AI application development.

Microsoft is not the only company with a customized keyboard. Apple pioneered this concept in the 1980s when they introduced the “Command” button (which once carried the Apple logo). Google has a search button on its Chromebooks and was the first to experiment with a button specifically for artificial intelligence to launch its voice assistant on the Pixelbook.

However, approximately 82% of desktop computers, laptops, and workstations use Windows, Microsoft’s operating system, compared to 9% using Apple and 6% using Google.

It is expected that some laptop manufacturers will unveil their new keyboard models at the upcoming CES gadget expo, taking place next week in Las Vegas.

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