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Microsoft Rolls Out Bing With ChatGPT For Early Testers

Microsoft has now sent out the first invitations after the announcement of its new search engine Bing, which has been enhanced with a chatbot function. With personalized access, users can now try out Bing for themselves.

This is reported by the online magazine WindowsCentral. Some readers had already registered for the test phase shortly after the Bing presentation last week and have now been granted access.

Microsoft has hit a nerve with the AI-supported functions at Bing: Within just 48 hours after the announcement, over a million people had signed up for the new full version of Bing.

The interest is surprisingly huge

Hardly anyone expected such success, the interest is huge. Not only a few technology enthusiasts have registered for the test, but many average consumers want to experience the future of the AI ​​search engine now.

The first invitations to try out the search engine have now been sent out and we will soon find out whether the search engine that has been upgraded with ChatGPT works as well in normal operation as it promised in the demonstration of its capabilities. Unfortunately, it is not yet known how many invitations Microsoft has sent by e-mail, i.e. how many beta testers will now be able to try out Bing. However, Microsoft has already announced that it will expand access to the new full version of Bing to millions of users in the coming weeks, as needed.

The invitation email from Microsoft reads:

We’re excited to give you an early preview of the new Bing – your AI-powered co-pilot for the web. We’d love to hear your feedback so we can make the new Bing even better – please use the feedback buttons to help us learn. The mobile version is not ready yet – we are actively working on it and will have it ready soon. Until then, please continue to use the new Bing on your desktop and download the Bing app from your favorite app store to ensure you’re ready for the best experience when the mobile version is ready. Thank you – we appreciate you, The Bing Team

Microsoft expects a lot from the new Bing – and they also trust in the new development. It’s different with Google. Their new chatbot AI program Bard is not yet open to the public. Only Google employees can test it internally.