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8 Feb, 2023
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New Bing is now open for review: try it out soon.

Microsoft's latest addition to Bing, powered by ChatGPT, is now available for everyone as a limited preview on desktop computers. Although the number of queries will be limited, users can sign up for full access in the near future.

If you visit Bing.com, you may come across example searches that showcase the new interface. These example searches can be clicked to redirect to a Bing search page, featuring traditional results on the left and a chat window on the right displaying the AI-generated answer. Until full access is granted, follow-up questions or clarification of results will not be possible. If you conduct your own search, you will receive the traditional search results from Bing, even though the homepage uses the new chat-style UI.

To join the waitlist, visit the designated page and sign in with your Microsoft account for higher priority. Set Microsoft as your default on your PC and download the Bing app to increase your chances of getting through the waitlist. According to Microsoft, you will receive an email when you have been granted access to the new chat experience.

In the coming weeks, Microsoft plans to roll out access to millions of users and release a mobile version of the experience. In a blog post, the company expressed excitement about testing the new Bing and Edge in the real world and using feedback to improve their models as they grow.

Examples of what you can do with the tool are listed on the waitlist page. These include asking for a three-course vegetarian menu for six with a chocolate dessert, or finding an all-wheel drive car with a seating capacity of six and a 0-60 time of less than six seconds.

Microsoft has partnered with OpenAI, the company behind the ChatGPT chatbot, to boost Bing's AI capabilities. Microsoft claims to be using a more advanced version of OpenAI's language model, even more powerful than ChatGPT. Bing users can now input longer queries, up to 1000 words, and receive annotated AI answers along with regular web search results. A new built-in chatbot on Bing allows for refining search results. The announcement was made during a recent press event, where Microsoft also introduced an AI "copilot for the web" for Microsoft Edge, capable of performing tasks such as summarizing PDFs, generating code, and creating social media posts. The announcement comes just a day after Google revealed its own AI tool called Bard, as the two companies continue to compete in the AI space.