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Microsoft starts sending invites globally to try out its new AI-powered Bing

Microsoft has started to send out invites to test the ChatGPT-backed Bing for select users across the world. Several users reportedly receiving emails from Microsoft that granted them access.

Edited By: Md Waquar Haider

Published: Feb 14, 2023, 10:59 AM IST

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Story Highlights

  • Microsoft last week in introduced the new ChatGPT-like chatbot.
  • Microsoft has started to send out invites to test the ChatGPT-backed Bing.
  • Several users reportedly receiving emails from Microsoft.

Microsoft recently introduced the new ChatGPT-like chatbot feature added in its Bing search engine. Now, Microsoft has started to send out invites to test the ChatGPT-backed Bing for select users across the world. Several users reportedly receiving emails from Microsoft that granted them access. According to the email, Microsoft wants invited users to test out the new Bing and send feedback. According to Microsoft, more than 1 million people signed up to get an early preview of the ChatGPT-powered Bing.

Here are the contents of the email invite from Microsoft:

We’re excited to give you access to an early preview of the new Bing – your AI-powered copilot for the web.

As you start using the product, we would love your feedback to make the new Bing even better – please use the feedback buttons to help us learn.

We don’t have a mobile experience ready yet — we are actively working on it and will have it ready soon. Until then, please continue to use the new Bing on desktop and download the Bing app from your favorite app store to ensure you are ready for the best experience when mobile is ready.

Thanks – we appreciate you,

The Bing team

Meanwhile, Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates has shared his thoughts on ChatGPT and how it is likely to change the world. “Until now, artificial intelligence could read and write, but could not understand the content. The new programs like ChatGPT will make many office jobs more efficient by helping to write invoices or letters. This will change our world,” Gates told German business daily Handelsblatt in a podcast. Also Read – Amazon announces Fab Phones Fest: Check top deals and offers here

Furthermore, the Microsoft co-founder said that AI bots like ChatGPT and Google Bard offer optimisations for reading and writing that will have a ‘huge impact’ in various sectors, particularly in health care and educations. Gates believes that in these field AI bots like Bard and ChatGPT can ‘tangibly improve efficiency and meaningfully improve outcomes.

“The easiest way to understand it is that AI has got very good at speech recognition and visual recognition, but they essentially couldn’t read,” Gates said as reported by CNBC. Simply put, older AI platforms could process or derrive meaning out of the language that was being fed to them. However, newer AI platforms like ChatGPT and Bard ‘are capable of training, improving, and reading and writing through new knowledge’. They are more intelligent that way.

He said that these platforms are going to witness profound improvements in the next couple of years.

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Author Name | Md Waquar Haider

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