Bing’s AI Chatbot will soon be available in third-party web browsers, according to Microsoft. Users of other browsers, including Safari and Chrome, can utilize the Bing AI chatbot.
In July, Microsoft acknowledged that it was testing Bing Chat on third-party browsers. This will enable Microsoft to expand the availability of Bing Chat AI services.
Google Chrome is the most used browser on the globe. Bing Chat will be available in both the web-based and mobile versions of the browsers, according to the firm.
In February of this year, the company launched the Bing Chat service. It has been optimized for the Bing search engine.
Instead of searching, customers may locate and collect information by chatting with Bing Chat. OpenAI’s Language Model AI is also used in Bing Chat.
According to a blog post from the Bing team, “This next step in the journey allows Bing to showcase the incredible value of summarized answers, image creation, and more to a broader array of people.”
The post added, “You’ll get most of the great benefits of Bing, and we’ll continue to optimize along the way to meet your needs across different browsers.”
The new statement was made in a Microsoft Bing blog post celebrating the company’s sixth month of its AI service.
They also revealed that over 100 billion engagements have been done using Bing Chat, and 75 billion photos have been produced through Dal E, the Bing image generator.
Furthermore, as part of its six-month anniversary, the new AI-powered Bing Chat has gained many new capabilities. This adds an improved Bing Chat, which is only available on the Edge browser and supports longer chats and chat histories.
Microsoft is also launching a dark option for desktop and mobile for Bing Chat and Bing Chat Enterprise to minimize battery consumption and make it easier on users’ eyes.
Microsoft hopes to onboard more people from both the desktop and mobile ecosystems by eliminating the necessity for users to install a specific browser to use these AI services.
It now enables multimodal visual search in conversations, allowing users to interact with the chatbot by displaying pictures and asking questions about them.
Users may, for example, post a photo of the Roman Colosseum and request additional information about it, or they might take a photo of a fridge and request breakfast recommendations.
The business intends to expand the Bing Chat capabilities that are presently only available in the Edge browser to other browsers to attract more mobile and desktop users to the service.
By cooperating with OpenAI and applying artificial intelligence across multiple products such as the Edge web browser, Azure cloud services, and the Office suite, Microsoft has positioned itself ahead of the AI race.
They hope to further popularize AI-powered chatbots on desktop and mobile platforms by extending these services to third-party web browsers.
Bing AI for businesses also has advanced capabilities. The AI engine can now deliver verified replies, citations, and improved commercial data security, which increases privacy and protects intellectual property.
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