Source : Microsoft
Artificial Intelligence

The new Bing is now available to everyone and is full of new features 🤖

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Three months after unveiling the new AI-powered Bing and Edge, Microsoft finally decides to end the waiting list. This availability to a larger number of people also comes with several new features for users.

Bing is finally available for everyone 🤩

If you discover the new Bing, we can summarize it by saying that it is the search engine of Microsoft, which received the same capabilities as ChatGPT. If you want to discover it in details, you can read our article on the subject by clicking here.

After its presentation 3 months ago, it was only accessible by subscribing to a waiting list. From now on, Bing is now available in Preview for all users, but only on Microsoft Edge, the Microsoft browser that replaced Internet Explorer. You just have to connect to Bing with your Microsoft account to enjoy it. Microsoft has also unveiled a lot of new features.

The search becomes more visual 🖼️

Bing introduces richer, more visual answers, including charts and graphs, and updated answer formatting to help you more easily find the information you’re looking for.

Bing Image Creator, the image generator of Bing that you can discover by clicking here, had been integrated directly into the chat functionality of Bing. So from the same chat interface, you can generate both written and visual content. However, only English was accepted for image generation. But as of today, Image Creator is extended to all Bing languages – over 100 languages.

Be more productive when doing research🤓

Microsoft announces the arrival of a feature that should delight users: the history of conversations and the ability to share and export.

Soon, you will be able to find your old chats in Bing chat and resume them easily thanks to the chat history.

If you want to learn more about a topic and click on a Bing chat result, your chat will remain in the Edge sidebar so you can continue chatting as you browse.

Microsoft also plans to make your chats more personalized by taking into account the context of your previous conversations.

As for the export and sharing features in the chat, you will soon be able to export your discussions directly, with an identical format, thus facilitating the transition to collaborative tools such as Microsoft Word.

Bing will welcome plugins 😯

ChatGPT has recently announced to integrate plugins. Bing, which is partly based on the same engine will follow its lead and offer some too.

For example, if you’re looking for the latest restaurant for dinner in Bing chat, it will rely on OpenTable to help you find and reserve a table. Or, with Wolfram|Alpha, you can create powerful visualizations and get answers to complex scientific and mathematical questions, as well as questions based on human-created data, directly from Bing chat.

Microsoft is currently working with OpenAI to ensure that developers can take advantage of this opportunity in the easiest and most consistent way possible. More details are expected at the Microsoft Build conference later this month.

Microsoft strengthens Bing’s integration with Edge 🌐

Bing isn’t the only one getting new features. Soon, chat in Microsoft Edge will make it easier for you to summarize long documents, such as PDFs or websites, to read dense online content more quickly. But that’s not all.

In the coming weeks, Microsoft will introduce Edge actions. The idea behind this feature is to allow you to accomplish more things in fewer steps.  For example, to watch a specific movie, Edge will show you chat options in the sidebar and launch the movie from the available source. Soon, Edge mobile will allow you to make questions in Bing chat related to the mobile page you are viewing.

Still in the sidebar, the composition function also allows you to adapt drafts according to your preferences, such as style, length, word choice.

Have you already tested the new Bing? If so, what do you think of these new features? If not, you know what you have to do.

Source : Microsoft

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