Now, Microsoft is planning to integrate ChatGPT into their search engine Bing and their web browser Edge. In response, Google announced its own chatbot, Bard, and even held an event to showcase its advancements in AI, focusing on its Maps, Search, and Translate apps. Though Google has just begun internal testing of Bard, Microsoft is already leading the way by launching a ChatGPT-enhanced version of Bing for early testers.
According to a report, it has entirely redesigned the Bing homepage for the ChatGPT-enhanced version. While the search bar is still present, we have moved it slightly lower down on the page. Users can access ChatGPT-powered features by clicking on the “Chat” tab on the top left side of the page.
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To generate AI-powered smart search results, users must type their queries into the chat box. However, the ChatGPT-powered iteration of Bing has some limitations, such as rejecting requests to write a cover letter or review a cover letter by another person. The AI takes a reasonable amount of time to generate some results, with some answers taking as long as 30 seconds to appear.