OpenAI-powered, intelligent new Microsoft Bing search is available to try now
Microsoft just announced new versions of its Bing search engine and Edge web browser powered by technology from OpenAI, which are said to be more powerful than its current ChatGPT chatbot. The good news? You can try out the new Bing search right now, at least in a limited way.
Microsoft is letting anyone try out the new Bing on the web and Edge. Users will be able to use the enhanced Bing search box for a limited number of queries to see how the chatbots work. A few people will also be able to get the full new Bing experience right away. Microsoft will make the release available to millions of users over the next few weeks. You can join the waiting list for access to the full experience by visiting bing.com/new. Microsoft also plans to launch a mobile version of the new Bing upgrade.
As previously reported, Bing will now have in-house chatbot technology developed by OpenAI. Microsoft says it will include an improved language model combined with a set of Microsoft services and tools codenamed Prometheus. This new language model is designed specifically for Internet search. The new Bing will be able to handle more complex questions and queries, such as buying a new TV, helping you write emails, planning a trip, and more. Microsoft says that even basic Internet searches will be improved in this new version.
The Edge web browser will be able to take advantage of Bing's new chatbot technology in more ways. For example, the Edge sidebar can now help you compose social network posts, summarize complex financial statements, and more.
The new Bing announced its OpenAI chat technology just one day after its main competitor, Google, unveiled its own chatbot technology called Bard. Even homegrown Baidu is developing its own AI technology, called Ernie Bot, which will launch sometime in March.
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