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Microsoft’s AI-powered Bing is Now Available to Everyone – Here’s What You Need to Know!

Last Updated : 06 May, 2023
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There is no longer a waitlist for the new Microsoft AI-powered Bing search engine. Today, everyone can access a “limited preview” of Microsoft’s new ChatGPT-powered Bing experience on a desktop.

Microsoft's AI-powered Bing is Now Available to Everyone


The company revealed new features for Bing Chat as well as the functionality of Image Creator. Previously, only a select group of users could access Bing AI by getting on the waitlist. Now, consumers may get Bing AI immediately without joining any waitlists.

The business said the same in a brand-new blog post,

“Thanks to tremendous customer adoption, engagement, and feedback, we’re ready to take the next step and are announcing the new Bing is now in Open Preview and no longer has a waitlist. This means that it will now be easier than ever for everyone to try the new Bing and Edge by simply signing into Bing with your Microsoft Account.”

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Microsoft has improved the formatting of replies and added richer, more visual answers to Bing’s search results to make it easier for consumers to locate the information they want.

The business is also expanding Image Creator to all Bing languages to allow people to create photos in their native language, which totals over 100 languages.

Yusuf Mehdi, corporate vice president and consumer chief marketing officer at Microsoft, has said “We know from research that the human brain processes visual information about 60,000 times faster than text, making visual tools a critical way people search, create and gain understanding,”

It will be simpler to consume complex online content with Microsoft Edge’s Bing chat upcoming “improved summarization” features for lengthy publications, including PDFs and longer-form webpages.

Also, the company unveiled Edge’s actions. According to Microsoft, consumers will soon be able to rely on AI to carry out even more jobs with fewer steps once it becomes available in the upcoming weeks.

Additionally, Edge mobile will receive updates to help Bing Chat comprehend the context of the page the user is viewing. Users can ask questions about the page and get answers on what is in the mobile tab by typing their inquiries into the text box.

Microsoft unveiled the completely revamped Bing in February of this year to compete with Google in the Internet search market. Until this point, Google held a sizable share of the search market. However, things have begun to alter since the launch of the new Bing.

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