Microsoft Copilot

Copilot is the branding that Microsoft uses for all of its AI tools. This suite of generative AI (built upon the foundations of ChatGTP) is spread across all of Microsoft's platforms, which can make things slightly confusing since this means there are multiple tools that do different things, all known as "Copilot."

To add to the confusion, some, but not all, of the Copilot variants offer usage protected by University contracts.

This article highlights 3 Copilot products that you can use with your PennO365 account and benefit from the University's data protection agreements with Microsoft:

Copilot Copilot, formerly Bing Chat Enterprise, is a chat interface for Microsoft's integration with OpenAI's ChatGPT. You can ask it to do a variety of things.

If you intend to use University data with Copilot you must log in with your PennO365 account.

Microsoft 365 Copilot Microsoft 365 Copilot integrates Copilot into the Office suite of applications, as well as into your PennO365 account. Using a feature called "Business Chat" you can ask Microsoft 365 Copilot questions about your calendar, files, and email.

Reach out to your Wharton Computing representative for licensing information.

Copilot Studio
Copilot Studio is a tool that allows you to create customized versions of Copilot that can be embedded in websites and other places. You can tailor responses, limit the sources of information your copilot will use, and much more.

Reach out to your Wharton Computing representative for licensing information.


General Copilot questions: Contact your  Wharton Computing Representative.

Security-related questions: Contact the Wharton Information Security Office at