Microsoft launches Bing AI Chat support for Chrome

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Microsoft has officially launched support for its Bing AI Chat feature in Google Chrome. The feature was previously only available in Microsoft Edge, but the company has now expanded it to Chrome for desktop users on Windows, Mac, and Linux.

Bing AI Chat is a chatbot that can answer your questions, provide summaries of factual topics, and even create images. It is powered by Microsoft’s GPT-4 language model, which is one of the most advanced AI models in the world.

To use Bing AI Chat in Chrome, users visit bing.com and click on the “Bing Chat” button at the top of the page. Users can then enter a question or phrase, and the chatbot will respond with an answer.

Microsoft says that support for other browsers, including mobile browsers, is coming soon.

In addition to launching Bing AI Chat support for Chrome, Microsoft has also made some other changes to its search engine. It tweaked the search page UI for readability, and it has also expanded support for Bing AI in SwiftKey, a popular keyboard app.

The sources for this piece include an article in 9TO5Google.

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