Microsoft Targets Edge Users Visiting Google Bard Using Bing Ads: Microsoft is exerting all efforts to persuade users to select Bing AI instead of Google’s experimental AI chatbot while using Edge browser to access Google Bard. This change was noticed by developer Vitor de Lucca, who shared it on Twitter.
According to the statement made by Vitor de Lucca, upon launching Bard on Microsoft’s Edge browser, a button becomes visible that allows users to compare answers with Bing’s AI. However, if a user attempts to use this feature, they will encounter an animated slide in the upper right corner that promotes comparing answers with the new AI-powered Bing, potentially indicating Microsoft’s ongoing efforts to encourage users to choose Bing over Google’s experimental AI chatbot.
After that, the text shifts to the right, revealing a Bing icon that users can click on to launch Microsoft Edge’s new split view feature, enabling them to compare answers directly. However, it’s important to note that this change is currently only available in version 114.0.1807.1 of the Microsoft Edge developer build, and therefore not everyone has the ability to test it at this time.
It’s noteworthy that Microsoft, after being overshadowed for years, is now dedicating all of its resources to the new Bing. Despite a rocky start, the new assistant has made significant strides, with the AI-powered Bing now offering more accurate information and even sassy responses. It appears that Microsoft is working tirelessly to enhance the Bing experience, which may be why they’re focusing on promoting it to Edge users as a viable alternative to Google’s experimental AI chatbot.
Recently, Microsoft unveiled a new feature for its chatbot that enables it to create images using an advanced version of OpenAI’s DALL-E deep learning model. With this new capability, users can simply describe what they want to see, and within seconds, Bing will generate a corresponding image. It’s a remarkable advancement in AI technology and one that underscores Microsoft’s ongoing commitment to improving the capabilities of Bing’s chatbot. It remains to be seen how this feature will be received by users, but it’s certainly a promising development in the world of AI-powered chatbots.
For those who are part of the Bing preview program, Bing Image Creator will now be seamlessly integrated into Bing Chat’s Creative mode. Users will have the ability to input a description of an image they have in mind and provide additional details like a location, activity, or even an art style. The advanced AI algorithms of Bing Image Creator will then work to generate images that match the user’s input as closely as possible.
Moreover, Microsoft plans to incorporate Bing Image Creator into the Edge browser directly. Once this feature becomes available to all users, Edge users will be able to click on the Bing Image Creator icon located in the sidebar to start generating images. All they will need to do is simply input their desired description into the chat box and click the “Create” button. This latest development underscores Microsoft’s ongoing commitment to enhancing the AI capabilities of its products and providing users with the tools they need to accomplish their creative goals more efficiently.
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