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Microsoft Announces an Update to Bing Which Integrates ChatGPT Models into it


Microsoft announces It’s new iteration of AI-powered Bing homepage that enables its users to ask, explore and have conversations with the latest and greatest  technology of OpenAI’s engine model which it calls: Your new Co-pilot to the web.

To those who still haven’t heard, ChatGPT is a conversational language model developed by a company called OpenAI. It uses a state-of-the-art natural language processing model that has been trained on a massive amount of data and designed to generate human-like responses to text inputs in variety of styles and different human tones., making it useful for applications such as chatbots and virtual assistants.

Link to try the new Bing Experience HERE, click !

Microsoft is only providing access to a limited version of the new Bing conversation experiences for now. In the future, however, you will be able to use the browser and AI conversations to their full potential.

New features include more accurate search rankings, more added-value content for your search queries, and a chatbot that will act as a smart assistant.

In the demo, we’ve seen many interesting examples of how the Open AI chatbot integrates with Bing and answers questions submitted by users


But the company has added some ready-to-use cases to explore as well:

Things like:

  • Write a rhythming poem
  • How to create a three course menu.
  • How to get fit.
  • Help create a quiz.
  • Help in writing a code.
  • Write a rhyming poem or essay.
  • Creating an itinerary for  a party.
  • Search for a fast big car

And more..


With the new and improved Bing, powered by AI and wrapped in a Microsoft-developed safety system called Prometheus, users can join a waitlist that hopefully extends its availability and use in the coming weeks. The new and improved Bing is available in limited preview mode for desktops only today.


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