Microsoft and OpenAI are set to change the game with the release of their new AI-powered Bing search engine and Edge browser. This innovative collaboration aims to provide users with a more effective and efficient search experience, complete answers, and the ability to generate content with ease.
As the world’s largest software category, search is in for a major upgrade with the new Bing and Edge browser. Built on a powerful OpenAI large language model, the new Bing is designed to deliver better results and more comprehensive answers. The Microsoft Prometheus model has also been leveraged to provide users with more relevant, timely and targeted results.
With an estimated 10 billion search queries made daily, the new Bing and Edge browser hope to answer the call of half of these unanswered searches. The new Bing offers an improved search experience with more relevant results for simple queries, while the new chat experience allows users to refine their search and receive complete answers through interactive chat.
The Edge browser has also received a revamp with new AI capabilities and a modern look. The Edge Sidebar offers users the ability to ask for summaries of lengthy financial reports and to compare it to competitors’ financials.
Microsoft and OpenAI have taken extra precautions to ensure the responsible implementation of AI with safeguards against harmful content. The new Bing and Edge browser are a testament to Microsoft’s commitment to building Azure into an AI supercomputer for the world and to innovation in the field of AI.
With the new Bing, exploring the web is not only easier but also more enjoyable. The search engine is capable of generating content, such as a 5-day itinerary for a dream vacation, and cites all its sources for users to explore. The Edge browser also offers users assistance in composing content, refining tone, format and length of posts.