Microsoft made a huge announcement about its new launch of limited chat sessions on its new Bing search engine. The feature is powered by generative artificial intelligence (AI) to five questions per session and 50 questions per day.
Microsoft mentioned that it will contain very long chat sessions that can confuse the underlying chat model in the new Bing. To address these issues, the entire team of Microsoft has to implement some changes to focus on the chat sessions.
Some media outlets revealed this decision of Microsoft that answers from the new Bing search engine were potentially dangerous and that the technology might not be ready for prime time.
Early search results and conversations with Microsoft’s Bing and Google’s chatbot which is termed Bard, have showcased that they can be unpredictable.
A Reuters reporter questioned the new version of Bing outfitted with AI for the price of car air filters. Where the Bing included advertisements for filters that are sold by the auto parts website Parts Geek.
The new Bing, which has a waitlist of millions of people for access, is considered a potentially lucrative opportunity for Microsoft. In a press presentation which was held last week, the company said that every percentage point of market share it gains in the search advertising market could bring in another $2 billion (roughly Rs. 16,600 crores) of ad revenue.