Last Updated on February 15, 2023 by Larious
Last week, a leak reported that Microsoft is working to integrate Open AI’s ChatGPT technology in their search engine Bing, which will be featured main interface of it.
So today, Microsoft has officially announced this new version of the Bing search engine that brings a new chat feature powered by Open AI’s ChatGPT, which is available for limited users.
Microsoft’s New ChatGPT-Powered Bing: All Details
Now, if you check out bing.com on any browser, you won’t see many changes in its interface design, but you will see a new “Ask Me Anything” bar instead of a regular search bar.
With it, you’re allowed to get results in the form of chat like ChatGPT, but it is said to be more advanced than ChatGPT as it interacts with way better conversational methods such as marking points and clarity in words.
Besides, it also represents its opinion on specific points to make chats more interactive with users. With all that, it will also suggest the sources of its results and your asked query’s perfect terms to search on the web.
Earlier, it was rumored to run on GPT-4 language model, but as revealed today, it runs on GPT-3.5. Also, it is not limited to their Edge browser only, but in the future, we will see some integrated features.
Microsoft is also planning to provide OpenAI’s ChatGPT technology to businesses, schools, and governments so they can even create their own AI chatbots with it, according to a report from CNBC.
How You Can Try Bing’s Chat Feature
Starting today, this new Bing feature is now open for everyone to try, and you can even try it, but you have to wait on the waitlist.
To join the waitlist, go to Bing.com and click on the above ‘Chat’ or ‘Try It’ button (it will be displayed if you’re signed in), as shown in the image, and then follow the instruction. You’ll get mail and notification on your Bing homepage when you’re allowed to use it.