Microsoft has now added its AI-based Bing chatbot to its mobile app and Skype, two weeks after the launch of the platform. Initially, the feature was only available through the Microsoft Edge desktop browser and was accessible through invites only. However, now Bing chatbot is available to iOS and Android app users, who can access the chatbot feature by tapping the Bing button in the app. Users can then start a conversation with the chatbot and either tap their query or speak it out loud by tapping the microphone button.
Skype users on all platforms can now access Bing’s new AI-powered chatbot. Users can converse with Bing one-on-one or add it to group chats, allowing anyone in the group to tag it and ask a question. The chatbot can respond in bullet points, text, or a simplified response in over 100 languages.
Bing chatbot is an AI-powered platform designed to provide intelligent responses to user queries, from simple questions that require an informational answer to more complicated demands, such as creating a menu for a party. The platform aims to provide users with verbose and intelligent responses to their questions.
Microsoft is competing with other popular AI-powered chatbots, such as ChatGPT, which provides users with a similar level of AI-powered responses to queries. The addition of Bing chatbot to mobile and Skype will make it more accessible and user-friendly, providing more people with access to the platform’s intelligent features.
The new features are currently available through invitation only, but it is expected that they will be rolled out more widely in the near future. The addition of AI-powered chatbots to mobile and Skype demonstrates Microsoft’s commitment to enhancing its platforms and providing users with more intelligent and user-friendly features.