New ChatGPT Interface Is Allegedly Popping Up on Bing
Microsoft’s Bing is Introducing ChatGPT and GPT 4.0 to his search tool in the coming weeks and Screenshots of what the new could be interface have popped up on social media.
The screenshots show a search box that tells the user “Ask me anything…” which then provides an automated response, including asking for the user’s opinion. According to alleged screenshots of the ChatGPT tool’s responses, the AI appears to be citing its sources as well.
The images shine Supposed to be a beta test showed up briefly on Thursday before disappearing. Student and designer Owen Yin Posted on Twitter that he believed The new interface appeared on Bing and included a screenshot of what he suspected will replace the old search engine.
“Bing’s ChatGPT integration just appeared to me. Replaces the search bar with a composer for natural language questions,” Yin wrote. He added that the traditional search results are still there, but claimed that there is now an additional tab that allows the user to start a chat using the ChatGPT tool.
Microsoft did not immediately respond to Gizmodo’s request for comment, and has not yet confirmed whether the screenshots are accurate.
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said Yin The edge that he hadn’t done anything to make Bing’s new UI appear and said he just tuned his Microsoft Edge browser homepage to Bing and the new AI showed up. “I didn’t do anything to find it,” Yin told the outlet. “It stopped working after a few minutes… My jaw dropped when I realized what I was seeing!”
Other users said they also noticed a change to Bing’s search engine and shared more screenshots of what they think might be the new Bing. Nazmul Hossain Posted two images of the alleged user interface on Twitter and wrote: “This morning I experienced the CHAT function of Microsoft Bing search and a few moments later it disappeared.”
ChatGPT launched in November and will most likely be available to the public became the fastest growing app in history when it reached 100 million users in the first two months. In the wake of ChatGPT’s popularity, search engines like Microsoft and Google have accelerated their plans to integrate AI tools into the user experience.
According to reports, Microsoft will announce the new version of Bing in the coming weeks.
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