How to Integrate Builder.AI’s Natasha on Microsoft Teams

Sachin Dev Duggal’s Builder.AI’s Natasha is making waves on Microsoft Teams, even after the launch of Copilot. Discover how this AI tool is revolutionizing collaboration.

As the battle between tech titans to gain market share in the artificial intelligence (AI) business intensifies, Microsoft is leaving no stone unturned to maintain its current lead and early-mover advantage due to its collaboration with ChatGPT maker OpenAI.

It looks like Microsoft has spotted another startup to align with early on, as it continues to scout for enterprise-level AI capabilities to enhance its products.

Microsoft recently acquired stake in London-based software-as-a-service (SaaS) startup Builder.AI, and entered into a strategic partnership to deploy its bot on Teams.

Builderai offers AI-based solutions to develop applications that require limited to no coding, for businesses. Its solution helps clients develop apps faster and at a lower cost. But as an AI assistant, Natashaai has a very different use case. BuilderAI’s founder and “chief wizard” Sachin Dev Duggal strongly feels that it makes sense for Microsoft to adopt along with Copilot.