PowerPoint and AI to Create Better Presentations, Faster


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Director, BrightCarbon
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We’re constantly being told that AI will revolutionize the way we all work and what we do, but can you imagine ever not using PowerPoint? It just feels like it’s too embedded into everything to be cast aside. Fortunately, Microsoft, and others, are also incorporating AI tools into PowerPoint, allowing people to benefit from the technological leaps, while still using familiar tools. The anticipated launch of Microsoft Copilot will be a huge boost to storytelling, design, and visualization for many – enabling them to create better presentations much more quickly and easily. It’s easily the most exciting thing to happen to PowerPoint, and the entire Office suite, since it was first launched 30 years ago.

But there are other, more subtle, but equally useful AI tools that help you in all sorts of ways. From creating custom graphics and layouts to finding suitable content to incorporating web cam feeds into your slides, to automatic subtitles and translations of your presentation – as you deliver it, live. And, frankly, given that this outline is being written months ahead of the session being delivered, who knows what else will happen in that time. Certainly, plenty to cover that will be highly relevant to people in an L&D environment who probably dream in PowerPoint.

1. Understand the range of AI tools available to support your presentation.
2. Create stunning presentations quickly and easily using PowerPoint and AI.
3. Share your presentation stories with your audience in an engaging and effective way.

About Richard Goring

Richard is a Director at BrightCarbon, the specialist presentation agency. He has helped to write and create thousands of presentations and coached hundreds of teams to present more effectively using visuals, diagrams, and animated sequences that explain and reinforce the key points. He’s passionate about improving the way that people present and believes that anyone can deliver a great presentation if given the right techniques and a bit of practice.

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