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Bing’s new chatbot, based on ChatGPT, is available on Microsoft’s SwiftKey keyboard

The new chatbot from Bing, based on ChatGPT, is now available in the keyboard of Microsoft SwiftKey, which introduces the search engine icon in its interface to allow users to query with its technology artificial intelligence (AI).

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It was in early February when Microsoft introduced the new version of Bing and its browser, Edge, supported by the technology developed by OpenAI. So, he pointed out that this chatbot would be able to offer answers “more complete”a new chat experience and the ability to generate content.

In mid-March, the company announced that it had customized GPT 4 for Bing search, where the users who had accessed the preview in the previous weeks had been able to verify the improvements that it incorporates with respect to GPT 3.5, the previous version that promoted this chatbot.

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Now, users of Microsoft’s virtual keyboard, SwiftKey —Available on iOS and Android mobiles and tablets— have warned that this has a shortcut to access Bing in any application that integrates this tool.

He Bing icon is located next to other common ones on this keyboardsuch as the emoticons, the clipboard, the ‘To Do’ symbol or the change of language, as some users have shared through Reddit.

This option, which is being “implementing slowly”as has been advanced by the CTO of Commerce and mobile devices of Microsodt, Pedram Rezaei, is currently available in the beta version of the keyboard, available on Google Play, although it has not yet reached iOS.

Source: Elcomercio

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