Microsoft is announcing the release of their GPT-4-powered Bing chatbot, which will now be available to everyone without the need for a waitlist. To gain access to this feature, all you need to do is sign in to the new Bing or Edge browser using your Microsoft account.
The open preview version of Bing chatbot, powered by GPT-4, will provide users with an enhanced experience of the chatbot’s capabilities. Moreover, Microsoft is investing heavily in the development of Bing Chat, and is introducing several new features along with plug-in support, which will further improve its functionality.
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With the addition of plug-ins, users will be able to customize the chatbot to suit their needs and preferences. This will allow them to add additional features and integrate other services, making Bing Chat even more useful and convenient.
The launch of the open preview version of Bing Chat powered by GPT-4 comes almost two months after Microsoft conducted an experiment to remove the waitlist for the feature. Initially launched in February as a private preview, Bing Chat has been gradually opening up to more users over time.
Microsoft has announced the addition of new smart features to its Bing Chat, which includes an improved experience for users through image and video results, new Bing and Edge Actions feature, persistent chat and history, and plug-in support. The upcoming plug-in support is expected to be a game-changer for developers and the future of Bing Chat.
Microsoft has partnered with OpenTable to introduce its plug-in for booking restaurant reservations within Bing Chat, as well as WolframAlpha for generating visualizations. The tech giant has promised to reveal more about this new feature at the Build conference later this month. It is expected to provide developers with greater flexibility to expand the chatbot’s capabilities, similar to how OpenAI did with Chat GPT in March.
This open preview launch follows a private preview launch of Bing Chat in February, which has been gradually expanded over time, with Microsoft having experimented with removing the waitlist for the feature two months ago.