In a move to enhance user experience and adapt to changing technology trends, Microsoft has announced that Bing’s chatbot now supports voice input on desktop devices. This new feature allows users to ask questions using their voice, with Bing’s chatbot responding audibly.
Microsoft’s AI-Powered Bing Opens Up to All Users: The Future of Search and the Risks of AI Advancement
Microsoft’s new AI-powered Bing search engine is now available to all users without a waitlist, signaling the company’s commitment to advancing AI technology. Despite concerns regarding the accuracy and tone of AI-powered systems, the advancements made by Microsoft in the new Bing search engine have been gaining over 100 million daily active users each day. The updates to the new Bing include the ability to ask questions with pictures, access chat history, export responses to Microsoft Word, and personalized tone and style of the chatbot’s responses. Microsoft plans to bring ChatGPT technology to its core productivity tools, indicating the potential to change the way we work.