These new AI experiences are branded "Context IQ." The first product that will get the Context IQ treatment is Microsoft Editor, which corrects grammar and spelling across documents, email, and the web.
Context IQ will add predictive assistance to Editor. Via Context IQ, users will be prompted to consider files or documents when attaching or sharing files with colleagues.
When users are scheduling meetings in Outlook email, Editor with Contex IQ will recommend times when participants are available. And when users tag someone using the @ symbol in a comment or email, Editor with Contex IQ will suggest people to tag based on people users most recently have interacted with or previously tagged.
Editor with Context IQ can suggest autocompletion of pertinent Information, like frequent flyer numbers or specific messages, when in Teams.
Part of Context IQ is similar to the previously announced Cortana-powered capabilities like the Microsoft Scheduler service (formerly Calendar.help). But Context IQ also relies on the Microsoft Graph to figure out relevant connections about individual users.
Microsoft said that Context IQ "defines a set of integrated AI experiences across Microsoft 365 that predicts, seeks, and suggests information people might need in the flow of their work."