The announcement came during this week's Procore GroundBreak conference. Procore and Microsoft are working to extend ProcoreAzure OpenAI Service "into the Microsoft products Procore's customers use every day." Procore's move comes during a year in which Microsoft is extending its Copilot assistant through its product line, with the latest addition being Dynamics 365 Field Service. Microsoft's description of its Copilot centers on its ability to auto-generate a wide variety of communications, such as email messages or meeting summaries, along with generating AI-assisted content and recommendations. Procore's announcement concentrated on search technology to proactively provide answers and learn from historical data. The company's press release and information on its website also did not discuss the use of natural language in utilizing its Copilot.
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Procore Technologies plans to release Procore Copilot, an AI-based digital assistant. The construction software company said this week the tool will be in beta test “over the coming year”.