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Microsoft-powered Bing is now rolling out new ChatGPT to select users

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Early testers of Microsoft’s ChatGPT-powered Bing AI are now receiving invitations to sample the new search interface, and one of our Microsoft accounts has also received one.

The latest computing trend is ChatGPT, and both Google and Microsoft are placing considerable bets that AI will play a major role in computing’s future. The rumors that ChatGPT would move to Bing were recently confirmed by Microsoft. A new version of Bing with ChatGPT is now accessible on the desktop after a teaser last week.
As we all know, ChatGPT is renowned for its capacity to engage users in human dialogue in response to inquiries rather than only disseminating internet links. Microsoft is building Bing for the next battle in the search market as ChatGTP and related AI technology threaten to replace the traditional search engine.

Bing powered by ChatGPT was introduced last week at an event in New York City. The newly released version of Bing is now finally accessible on desktop computers following the announcement. However, the service is only available in an “early access” version that is invite-only, so only a small number of people can use it.

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Bing is now rolling out new ChatGPT

The homepage has undergone a complete revamp thanks to the new Bing. A new “Ask me anything” search box on the site still opens the standard search interface but gives you access to the “Chat” feature.

The new AI version of Bing has an interface akin to ChatGPT or You.com (a ChatGPT-powered search engine).

Bing is now rolling out new ChatGPT

In an email, Microsoft acknowledged the launch of the updated Bing Chat.

Microsoft wrote in an email sent to early testers, “We’re happy to give you access to an early version of the New Bing – your AI-powered copilot for the web.”

Bing is now rolling out new ChatGPT

Bing will soon be available on Android and iOS, according to the business, however, there may be some delays because the mobile experience is not yet complete.

“We don’t yet have a mobile experience ready, but we’re working hard to get one soon. To ensure you are prepared for the fantastic experience when the mobile version is ready, please continue to use the new Bing on the desktop and download the Bing app from your preferred app store in the interim, the business said.

Although replies are correct and the Bing Chat UI functions very well, it takes around ten to twenty seconds to create answers and an additional thirty seconds to complete answering.

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