Microsoft is announcing the launch of a new Bing search engine and Edge browser powered by new AI tools that leverages ChatGPT technology. Microsoft is calling it AI copilot and chat. It combines Microsoft search and Azure AI supercomputing tech with a more powerful than ChatGPT next-generation OpenAI large language model. The new Bing and Edge will bring together search, browsing, and chat into one experience across the web. Hoping to give you a new conversational experience, a better search with complete answers, and the ability to generate content.
AI-powered Bing Search engine
With search, you can ask the new Bing normal and complex questions and expect detailed replies. What happens is that it will look at search results across the web and give you a summarized answer, saving you time to look up various web links. You can also ask follow-up questions in the chat experience. Microsoft says Bing can help you write a poem, or stories or even share ideas for your project.
New Microsoft AI Edge browser
The Edge browser has also been updated with a new look and AI capabilities It comes with two new features; chat and compose located in the Edge sidebar. Microsoft says Edge can understand the webpage you are on and adapt accordingly. The feature allows you to ask for a summary of a lengthy report and use the chat function to ask for a comparison. It also lets you compose content such as LinkedIn posts and tweak it
“It’s a new day for search” – Satya Nadella, Microsoft CEO, says speaking at the launch event. He notes “it is an exciting time in tech. … The advances, what’s possible excites us. … Can we use technology to overcome the challenges that people, organizations, and countries face? That really is the pursuit here.”
Microsoft says the new Bing ChatGPT-like experience is available starting today on Bing.com for everyone to try as a limited preview on a desktop. However, the chat mode is only available when you have access to the new Bing. Microsoft plans to scale the preview to millions in the coming weeks and bring it to mobile and other browsers as well. You can join a waitlist to know when it is available to you.
The company’s announcement looks to bring new life to its Bing search engine platform through its Open AI partnership and ChatGPT model integration. Its main competitor Google has already announced Bard to rival ChatGPT.
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