Microsoft is testing a new feature in its Bing Chat AI application on Android and iOS devices. The new feature, known as “GPT-4“, will allow users to unlock the full potential of ChatGPT GPT-4, along with the existing “tones” feature.
Bing Chat already offers styles for responses such as “Creative”, “Balance”, or “More Precise”. With the introduction of GPT-4, the chat experience is set to improve further. This development seems to be part of Microsoft’s strategy to make interacting with Bing feel more like conversing with a chatbot than an assistant.
The GPT-4 feature, being rolled out through the Bing app for Android and iOS users, allows you to chat with GPT-4, a large language model created by OpenAI. Reportedly, the GPT-4 toggle enables you to interact with Bing’s GPT-4 model without any additional customization by Microsoft.
However, users should be aware that GPT-4 is not flawless and may occasionally produce errors or inappropriate responses. Microsoft urges users to provide feedback if they encounter any issues while using this feature.
In addition to the GPT-4 update, Microsoft is also considering introducing a no search or offline mode for Bing Chat. This feature would allow Bing to answer queries from its existing knowledge base instead of searching the internet each time, thus making the chat experience faster and more efficient.
For example, if a user frequently asks Bing for assistance with a program like Microsoft Word, Bing currently searches online each time, even for common questions. But with the proposed changes, Bing could quickly provide the steps without needing to conduct a search.
Overall, these updates to Bing Chat AI, particularly the inclusion of GPT-4, indicate Microsoft’s commitment to enhancing the user-friendliness of their tool. These improvements could potentially make Bing a preferred choice for those seeking a smooth and efficient chatbot experience.