Microsoft Rolls Out New ChatGPT-powered Bing to Early Testers Worldwide
Microsoft has started rolling out the new ChatGPT-powered Bing to early testers worldwide on desktops, and it will also be available on Android and iOS in the coming weeks.
According to reports from Windows Latest, the tech giant is working on a “substantial optimized interface” for Bing.com‘s Chat UI for Android and iOS, which includes all-new OpenAI-powered content.
Mobile Experience Not Yet Ready
In an email sent out to testers, Microsoft confirmed that the mobile experience is not yet ready. The company is actively working on it to provide an amazing experience for users.
The company suggested that users continue to use the new Bing on desktop and download the Bing app from their favourite app store to be ready for the mobile version when it’s ready.
Optimizing Bing.com’s AI UX for Mobile Form Factors
The report also mentioned that Microsoft is still optimizing Bing.com‘s AI UX for mobile form factors. As a result, users may expect a few minor glitches or bugs during the early testing phase.
Microsoft’s Plans for Integrating OpenAI’s Language AI Technology
In addition to Bing, Microsoft is planning to demonstrate its new Prometheus model to its core productivity apps such as Word, PowerPoint, and Outlook. In the coming weeks, the company will detail its productivity plans for integrating OpenAI’s language AI technology and its AI Model, according to reports from The Verge, citing sources.
As Microsoft rolls out its new ChatGPT-powered Bing to early testers worldwide, it’s clear that the tech giant is actively working to provide an exceptional experience to its users. While the mobile experience is not yet ready, Microsoft has reassured its users that it’s actively working on it and will have it ready soon.
With the integration of OpenAI’s language AI technology and AI Model into its core productivity apps, Microsoft is taking a step forward in providing a better user experience for its customers.