Microsoft’s AI-Powered Bing Search Now On Mobile
Artificial Intelligence is advancing at a rapid speed, and Microsoft has been leading the charge. Now, Microsoft Bing is taking AI to the next level by enabling their own ChatGPT-enabled full-service chatbot that can answer questions in plain English and even joke around a little bit.
Microsoft has announced new features for Bing search engine and Edge web browser that will come to mobile. The company is bringing its AI-powered chat and Cortana Assistant to both platforms as well.
According to its latest press release, Microsoft has welcomed over one million new users from 169 countries for the Bing and Microsoft Edge preview. Users have given positive feedback on the new capabilities, with 71% of testers giving the new Bing a “thumbs up”.
Bing mobile app allows users to ask simple or complex questions, and receive answers and citations. Users can choose how they want their answers displayed – bullet points, text, or simplified responses.
The New Bing – On Mobile App
New and improved, this version offers a chat feature that allows you to ask simple or complex questions and get answers and citations.
You can choose how you would like to view the answers. You can choose to group them by answer type or by location. You can also filter or search for topics or questions that interest you.
Bing search results are intuitive and easy to navigate. The new Bing mobile app also includes a voice search feature that allows you to ask questions naturally and get answers.
Skype is welcoming the AI-Powered Bing
Skype users now have access to a suite of new features powered by AI. Microsoft has introduced AI-powered Bing for Skype, enabling helpful new scenarios and capabilities like Bing Search for Skype.
Skype users can add Bing to a group, as they would any Skype contact. Ask Bing a question on behalf of the entire group, and watch as Bing provides answers, including images and links to articles.
Bing will be able to answer travel-related questions for you, making it easier for you to plan your vacation. For example, if a friend asks about the weather in California next month or on how many days the train from NYC to Chicago takes, Bing will provide quick answers in a conversational style.
Microsoft is expected to bring this capability to other communications apps, like Teams, in the near future.
- Microsoft has introduced a new AI-powered Bing search engine and Edge web browser for mobile devices. The apps will incorporate artificial intelligence in new ways to help users find what they need, quickly and easily.
- The new Bing mobile app allows users to ask simple or complex questions, and receive answers and citations without having to open a browser window, with the choice of displaying them in a list, feed or card view.
- Microsoft has also launched a new AI-powered Skype feature that enables users to add Bing to a group and ask sharable questions with the entire group.