For years, Microsoft Bing has struggled to acquire a foothold among popular search engines as its primary competitor, Google, retains market dominance. However, Microsoft’s recent foray into artificial intelligence (AI) is reviving internet search, with its AI-powered Bing Chat feature now available for public use – and it just keeps improving.
Bing Chat, sometimes known as “The new Bing” or “Bing ChatGPT,” differs substantially from its more popular competition. It employs GPT-4 and functions more like an AI-powered search engine in a conversational fashion, but that’s only the start.
Bing Chat, unlike ChatGPT, has internet access, allowing it to deliver more up-to-date responses. On the other hand, the accessible version of ChatGPT is only trained on data up to 2021. Thus, it cannot answer questions about current events.
GPT-4, OpenAI’s most recent big language model, is available with a monthly membership to ChatGPT Plus or through Bing Chat.
How to Use Bing Chat?
You will require the following items: To start with the new Bing, you must use Microsoft Edge. Microsoft formerly needed an account to utilize the chat tool, but you may now conduct shorter discussions without checking in.
1. Open (or Download) Microsoft Edge and Go to Bing
Is Bing Chat Active Right Now?
Since its initial release earlier this year, the new AI-powered Bing Chat has only been available via a waitlist. Still, Microsoft has now made it open to all Microsoft Edge users, with or without a valid account. The new Bing Chat is currently in Open Preview, so users may test it out by browsing the Edge web browser.
Does Chrome support Bing Chat?
Bing Chat is currently only available on Microsoft Edge. Some third-party extensions for Google Chrome allow you to access the new Bing, but Microsoft officially supports none.
How to Use Bing Chat?
There are several ways to access Bing Chat rapidly:
- The Microsoft Edge browser has easy access to the new Bing Chat on the sidebar to the right-hand side of the window.
- Users can go to the Bing homepage by going to Bing.com to chat with the new Bing AI chatbot.
- There’s also the option of downloading the mobile app version of Bing on your device.
- You can also use Bing on mobile through the Edge browser.
How Does Bing Chat Differ From a Search Engine?
Thanks to the massive language model acting behind the scenes, the conversational tone in the search results display is the most noticeable distinction between Bing Chat and other AI chatbots and a search engine. Intelligently arranging search results into an answer to a specific question makes it easy for anyone looking for information online to locate it.
Bing Chat is a fully-fledged AI chatbot that can accomplish many things similar tools, such as ChatGPT, can do. It goes beyond the search capabilities that the standard Bing search engine already has. For example, Bing and ChatGPT may compose content, such as an essay or poetry, write code, ask difficult questions and converse with follow-up questions.
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Does Bing Chat Provide Incorrect Answers?
The new AI-powered Bing Chat, like ChatGPT and other large language models, is prone to misrepresentation. Most of the results that new Bing provides as solutions are derived from online sources, and we all know that we can’t accept everything we read online. Similarly, using the new Bing in chat mode can generate ridiculous answers unrelated to the original inquiry.
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