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Microsoft has been dominating the AI chatbot game. As a major investor in OpenAI’s infamous Chat GPT and with the recent release of their new AI search engine, Bing, the tech giant is clearly making its presence known in the world of publically available AI.
The new Bing is an AI-powered search assistant. At the moment, the tool is only available to a select number of Microsoft users who have been granted access through their waiting list.
If you are looking to also gain access, you must sign up for the Bing chatbot waitlist. Keep on reading to find out how this is done.
According to Microsoft, the new Bing is set to be your trusty “copilot” – revolutionizing the way you search for information on the internet. From what it seems, when you interact with the tool you will receive two results: Bing’s standard search results and a specific answer from the AI chatbot.
The chatbot will be able to consolidate information from trusted sources online, presenting you with a direct answer to any of your queries.
But, that’s not all. The bot will also be able to communicate with you in a conversational manner. And, can assist you with a range of other tasks, such as idea generation, writing summaries, drafting social media posts and so much more.
How to join the Bing waitlist
To join the Bing waitlist, first head to the new Bing website and sign in using your Microsoft account.
- Once logged in, select “Join the waitlist” on the homepage.
- To access the new Bing faster, Microsoft is also offering a fast-track feature to get ahead of the queue. Simply set Bing as your default search engine.
- Next, download the Bing app to your device.
That’s all you need to know to join the Bing chatbot waitlist! Once you have signed up, you should receive a confirmation email. According to Digital Trends, the first wave of access has already been granted. So, now is a great time to sign up if you are interested in trying out the tool.
That’s everything you need to know to hop on Bing’s waiting list. Microsoft is already sending off invites to their users. So, it shouldn’t be too long until you will also have the chance to use the AI-powered search engine.
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