Microsoft’s ChatGPT-powered Bing search begins initial rollout
If you thought Google was the only company pushing for AI search, you thought wrong.
UPDATE 2/13/2023: Microsoft has started rolling out its ChatGPT-powered search feature to users that placed their name on the waitlist. You can read the original article below outlining the feature and sign-up details.
Microsoft introduced an AI-driven update to Microsoft Edge and Bing.
The company shared its latest update in a blog post on its website and is currently offering a preview of the AI-powered search feature. Better yet, users can sign up on a waitlist to try it out early.
According to Microsoft, it’s “more powerful than ChatGPT” and built specifically for search.
Microsoft is calling its model “Prometheus,” consisting of AI search improvements and a new chat feature.
Microsoft claims search is improved with more relevant results and complete answers with less digging required from users.
Here’s what it looks like below.
The chat experience is built for more complex searches. The new Bing gives you an integrated chat experience when you have more complicated inquiries.
You can ask follow-up questions and get relevant answers with links directly to sources.
Users can preview the feature and sign up for the waitlist for new Bing and Microsoft Edge experiences at Bing.com. The company will roll the feature out to millions in the coming weeks.
With Google on a similar timeline, it will be a great opportunity to compare the different AI search updates.
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