Microsoft brings Bing AI Chatbot to phones and Skype

Microsoft has just announced that they’re bringing their new Bing search engine and Edge web browser to mobile devices, and they’ll be equipped with an AI-powered chat.

These products were just recently released for preview, and they’ve already received a lot of positive feedback from users all over the world. In fact, out of all the testers, a whopping 71% gave Bing a thumbs up.

The mobile version of Bing will allow you to ask questions, no matter how simple or complex, and get thorough and detailed answers complete with citations. Plus, you can choose how you want the information to be presented.


Why Bing AI has an Edge

The Bing AI chatbot has some pretty amazing features that set it apart. One of the best things about it is that it can learn and adapt over time. That means that as more people use it, the chatbot gets better at understanding what you’re looking for and can provide more personalized information.

Bing AI on Mobile and Skype

Another neat feature is that it is  integrated with Skype, so you can get stuff done without having to switch to a different app or website. For example, you can ask the chatbot to make a reservation or look up information without ever leaving the chat. Microsoft says this will make it easier for people to find what they need and communicate more efficiently.

Bing AI on Mobile and Skype

Bing search engine lets you customize the way you receive answers by allowing you to choose from various display formats such as bullet points, text, or simplified responses. Additionally, Bing is well-equipped to support users from different linguistic backgrounds as it’s fluent in over 100 languages and can even translate between them.