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CBS has a license for Copilot!

CBS has an institutional license which means that all CBS staff and students can use Copilot. Below you will find more information about the tool.

What is Copilot?

Copilot is a chat service provided by Microsoft. It is built on OpenAI’s LLM (Large Language Model): GPT-4, and it allows you to ask questions, test assignments, get sparring and much more. When you communicate with it, Copilot understands the context and you can refer to your previous questions and answers from the same chat thread. Copilot has access to the internet so it can give you up-to-date information.

Why did CBS choose Copilot?

There are a lot of different AI models and services, and each has its own strengths and weaknesses. It is imperative to CBS, that the model we provide access to is GDPR compliant. This includes strict IT- and data security, who owns the data we put into the model, if the data will be used to further train the model etc. The only fully compliant solution so far is Copilot.

At the same time, we acknowledge that CBS needs to provide a model so we can start experimenting, get experiences, and find out where and how it is meaningful to incorporate it into teaching. That is why Copilot was chosen.

We recognise that AI tools evolve quickly, and so does our use case. We are monitoring development to see if new opportunities arise.

Who has access to Copilot?

All staff and students at CBS have access.

If students choose to use other AI tools they need to be aware of how the model is processing, saving and possibly using the data for training. This will not apply if students use the CBS Copilot license.

Can I put non-published information into Copilot?

Yes, you can. This is because the data we put into the model is our own. It does not get saved by Microsoft, nor is it used to train the model. As an example, non-published information can be exam questions, cases etc. If you are going to test exam questions, cases etc. please make sure that it is in compliance with the CBS data classification model. That means that they can not be sensitive according to the data classification model.

Want to get started?

If you are a CBS staff please visit our Canvas tool support page. Here you will find relevant information on how you can use it in your teaching, how to prompt, which output you can get (tables, pictures, code etc.) and guides on how to get started.

CBS students can read more in this news on, the student intranet or in this guide.

Have questions or need help/sparring?

Read more about Copilot on Share here. If you have any questions, need help or want sparring on how to get started, please do not hesitate to contact us at

If you experience technical problems, please contact the IT-Support on