Within the messaging app Telegram, Microsoft has included an official Copilot bot that allows users to search, ask questions, and communicate with the AI chatbot.

Although Copilot for Telegram is still in testing, desktop and mobile Telegram users can use it for free. Copilot for Telegram allows users to communicate with it just like they would with any other messaging app. Verify that the Microsoft bot Copilot for Telegram has the checkmark and the username @CopilotOfficialBot. You may now get LLMs from a number of AI businesses via messaging apps. You can talk with Gemini inside Google Messages on Android phones, while Meta added Meta AI to its chat apps, which include Instagram, WhatsApp, and Messenger.

First, I had to look up Copilot Bot in order to access Copilot for Telegram. Subsequently, it asked that I provide Microsoft with my Telegram phone number, which was weird because I had previously used Telegram only to communicate with crypto innovators who were extremely private and the service takes great pleasure in its strict privacy guidelines.

While Copilot for Telegram is not all that dissimilar from other Copilots, it is not without its limits. It can only produce text requests; images cannot be generated. It can do an information search on the internet. In a blog post, Microsoft claims that Copilot for Telegram can translate chats, produce a new exercise regimen, recommend movies to watch, assist with coding jobs, and quickly access information on the internet. There is a 30-turn daily limit, which means that there may only be 30 back-and-forth exchanges between the user and Copilot.

With the integration of the AI assistant into numerous products, Microsoft has been growing its Copilots range. Copilots for business apps, PCs with integrated Copilots, Copilot for Microsoft 365, and a premium version that costs $20 per month to access the most recent AI models are all available.

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