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Microsoft’s new Windows Copilot Runtime aims to win over AI developers

Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella onstage at Build
Photo: Allison Johnson / The Verge

Microsoft launched a range of Copilot Plus PCs yesterday that includes new AI features built directly into Windows 11. Behind the scenes, the company now has more than 40 AI models running on Windows 11 thanks to a new Windows Copilot Runtime that will also allow developers to use these models for their apps.

At Microsoft Build today, the company is providing a lot more details about exactly how this Windows Copilot Runtime works. The runtime includes a library of APIs that developers can tap into for their own apps, with AI frameworks and toolchains that are designed for developers to ship their own on-device models on Windows.

“Windows Copilot Library consists of ready-to-use AI APIs like Studio Effects, Live Captions Translations,…

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