DingTalk Launches Intelligent Features Based on Alibaba’s Tongyi Qianwen

On April 18th, DingTalk’s president Ye Jun announced at the 2023 Spring Summit that DingTalk has officially launched intelligent capabilities based on Alibaba‘s Tongyi Qianwen large model. Users can activate more than ten AI capabilities by typing a slash symbol (/).

According to the live demonstration on DingTalk, this capability can not only be used in the DingTalk document scenario to write copy and design posters, create online promotional materials, etc., but also combine AI capabilities in meeting scenarios to assist offline promotion discussions, create intelligent meeting minutes, intelligently extract video conferences.

It can also be used in application development scenarios such as selecting trial operation stores, conducting new product training and improving user evaluations.

Ye Jun revealed that “all these product capabilities are currently in the internal testing process. DingTalk has applied for review and will be opened to users afterwards. The first batch will include paid users of DingTalk Professional Edition and Exclusive Edition.

At the same time, Ye Jun stated on site that DingTalk has officially integrated with Tongyi Qianwen’s large model. In the next three years, DingTalk products will become an intelligent collaborative office platform and intelligent application development platform.

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In fact, at the Alibaba Cloud Summit a week ago, Alibaba was the first to announce DingTalk’s ability to access large models.

In DingTalk, Tongyi Qianwen can assist in office work, such as creating poetry and novels, writing emails, generating marketing plans, etc. In the meetings, Tongyi Qianwen can generate meeting records at any time and automatically summarize meeting minutes and generate to-do items.

In addition, DingTalk, which connects with Tongyi Qianwen can also help automatically summarize the key points in unread group chat messages. It can even directly take a photo to generate a mini-program without writing code, instead of uploading a functional sketch to immediately generate a lightweight application for ordering food.