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Microsoft has been on a roll lately, announcing new AI-driven features for its Edge browser and Bing search engine just last week. The most exciting aspect of this update is the integration of ChatGPT, a conversational AI developed by OpenAI, which allows users to interact with the search engine in a more conversational way.
Since the announcement, Microsoft has been taking sign-ups for a waitlist, giving users the chance to be among the first to test out the new capabilities. Now, the waitlist has started rolling out, and some lucky users are already getting a taste of the future of search.
However, there is a catch. For now, the feature is only available on desktop computers, and Microsoft has not given a specific timeline for when iOS and Android support will be available. The company has stated that it is actively working on it and that it should be ready soon.
Early adopters of the new Bing and Edge experiences have been receiving emails from Microsoft, inviting them to try out the new features and provide feedback. The company has also been encouraging users to download the Bing app or set Bing as their search default on their PC to get priority access to the new AI integration.
According to Windows Latest, select users have already been notified that they can start using the new ChatGPT integration. Microsoft has made it clear that they are actively seeking feedback to improve the new Bing experience and make it even better.
In a statement to early adopters, the Bing team said, “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”.
While the new Bing and Edge experiences are still in their early stages, the excitement around the new ChatGPT integration is palpable. With millions of people on the waitlist, Microsoft is set to invite users to try out the new AI integration over the next few weeks, and we can’t wait to see how it performs on mobile platforms.