Microsoft has started rolling out the brand-new Bing search engine worldwide to a restricted set of early adopters powered by ChatGPT. As indicated in an email sent out by Microsoft today and reported by WindowsLatest, the initial preview of Bing has been successful on desktop, and reports suggest that it will soon also be available on Android and iOS platforms.
Microsoft Bing AI powered by ChatGPT
Microsoft unveiled its new Bing search engine and ChatGPT-powered Edge browser earlier this month. With a new chat function and the capacity to provide material, the improvements seek to enhance search results and offer more thorough responses. These tools are referred to by Microsoft as an “AI copilot for the web.”
Bing AI will soon be available on Android and iOS
Although the mobile experience is still under development and not yet ready, Microsoft is apparently enhancing Bing’s Chat UI for Android and iOS with new OpenAI-powered content.
In contrast to Android users, who must join a waitlist in order to use the ChatGPT integration, desktop users of Bing AI can access it using browsers like Microsoft Edge or Google Chrome.
According to the report, insiders familiar with the development of Bing.com’s AI mobile experience have indicated that the updated version could be released in the coming weeks.
According to an email from Microsoft about the mobile experience,