The company Microsoft announced that it will bring its artificial intelligence chat (chatbot), Bing, to smartphones and Skype and that users will also be able to interact with the chatbot by voice.

In a published statement, the company created by Bill Gates previewed its new Bing and Edge search applications for iPhone and Android.

However, Microsoft has yet to announce the release date to the public.

At the moment, only a select few people have access to the new artificial intelligence PC browser – powered by the technology behind OpenAI’s ChatGPT – and, according to the company, there are “multiple millions” of people on the waiting list to get it. with the new browser.

On the Bing mobile app, users can tap the Bing icon to start a chat session, where they can ask a variety of questions through text messages or with their voices, according to the statement.

Users will also be able to access Bing updates through the home page of the Edge mobile app, Microsoft said.

“Because we know that 64% of searches are done on mobile phones, we are launching all new mobile applications from Bing and Edge to serve as your co-pilot on the web, even when you are not at your desk,” the statement highlighted.

In its Skype version, the 36 million users will be able to include Microsoft’s artificial intelligence tool in group chats and ask questions.

“For example, if your family is chatting about the next family reunion, you can simply ask Bing for suggestions on travel destinations, expected weather forecasts, and interesting events around the time of your trip, and everyone in the chat will have access to the results. », explains the company.


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